Experienced Representation for Engine Defects Claims
Shoop | A Professional Law Corporation has the experience and resources to energetically prosecute claims for full compensation of engine defects. Where a manufacturing defect or
design defect can be proven, the buyer is entitled to compensation for cost of repairs, loss of use, diminished value and injuries if an accident resulted. Individuals with defective engine claims are encouraged to contact a lawyer.
Recent Defective Engine Problems
In the news there has been product recalls of various makes and models of cars. Certain
Volvo models have recalled for engine cooling component defects. These cause the car to shut down on the road at any speed and not restart. Ford F250, F350 and F450 trucks have been the subject of reported oil leaks, stalling and other problems. Truck fleets have encountered problems with C13 and C15 Caterpillar diesel engines. In 2007 Caterpillar introduced a new emissions control package to meet new emissions laws. Since then trucks have been breaking down with losses to truck companies in down time, repair costs and off-route mileage.
Toyota however is most in the news for engine defects. In addition to an earlier controversy over random acceleration, it has since announced a product recall of one million 2005 to 2008 Corollas and Matrixes for stalling problems. The data has come out that Toyota issued bulletins to its dealers on how to repair the problem in 2005 but did not issue a recall until 2010 after the National Highway and Traffic Administration received growing complaints.
Do you own a defective automobile?
Attorney David Shoop is skilled at handling these "Lemon Law" claims for defective engines. He investigates to isolate the cause of the difficulty and maintains a claim for full damages for his clients. He has successfully recovered large awards for his clients and has achieved a reputation for competent and relentless defense of his clients' rights. This often assists in negotiation as defendants know he is accomplished in taking cases to court and winning maximum compensation for his clients.