Have you been experiencing brake issues with your Toyota?
If you have been noticing issues with your brakes in your Toyota Hybrid Avalon, Camry, or Prius, you may have a claim. Toyota owners have reported that some of the company’s hybrid models made between 2010 and 2015 may have dangerous brake defects.
If you’ve been the victim of faulty brakes in your Toyota hybrid, we’d like to speak with you. You may be able to join a brake defect class action lawsuit.
There is no cost to you to speak with our experienced consumer protection attorneys about your possible claim related to defective brakes in your Toyota. Call Us Toll Free at 1-800-551-8649
Toyota Vehicles Possibly Affected by the Brake Defect
Plaintiffs in a recent class action lawsuit have alleged that the Toyota defectively designed or manufactured the brake booster pumps in some hybrids. In return, many people reportedly claim that the brake defect hurts the safety and value of the vehicles. Roger Hogan, an owner of two Toyota dealerships in California, has petitioned the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) to open an investigation on the Toyota brake defects.
The following vehicles may be impacted by the brake defect:
- 2010-2015 Prius
- 2010-2015 Prius PHV
- 2012-2015 Prius V
- 2012-2014 Camry Hybrid
- 2013-2015 Avalon Hybrid
Additionally, the defect is reportedly covered by a warranty repair but the lawsuit alleges that Toyota won’t cover the defective brakes unless they have completely gone out. Full brake failure can cause serious damage to vehicles or have an impact on safety concerns.
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Emerson Firm, PLLC has extensive experience defending individuals rights to be safe and secure and protecting consumer rights. We believe in the protections of the law and hold those accountable who have harmed others through negligence or intentional acts.
We fight for the rights of our clients who have been harmed by negligence of companies and manufacturers. We’re also recognized as leaders in the legal industry from various legal communities.
Were you a victim defective brakes?
Brake defects can cause car accidents, injuries, or worse. If you have experienced any of the following signs of brake defects, you may have a claim:
- loss of brake fluid
- loss of brake power
- brakes sticking
- complete brake failure
Don’t wait until it’s too late or your brakes give out. If you believe that you are victim of defective brakes in Toyota’s vehicles, contact Emerson Firm, PLLC today to speak with one of our experienced attorneys. There is no cost to you to contact us about your claim.
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