Toyota - Unintended Acceleration Accident Victims
There has been a lot of news coverage about Toyota vehicles’ sudden and unintended acceleration, brake problems, and recalls. According to scientists who studied the problem, electromagnetic signals generated by sources inside and outside the vehicle can interfere with the cars’ computerized throttle system which in turn causes the vehicle to accelerate to full speed, even when the brake pedal is pressed.
Recently, attorneys at Buckley & Associates sued Chrysler for an injury caused when a Jeep Grand Cherokee accelerated to full throttle, even though the driver adamantly testified she was pressing on the brake. In that case, Buckley & Associates obtained a verdict and judgement against Chrysler for more than five million dollars.
Buckley & Associates also successfully brought other automobile manufacturing defect cases, including an injury resulting from a runaway vehicle accident that occurred in Louisville, Kentucky. For additional details concerning the multi-million dollar judgment we obtained against Chrysler and/or Toyota unintended acceleration and brake defect problems go to www.buckleyandassociates.net.
If you or someone you know suffered serious injuries from the sudden and unintended acceleration or from a brake problem of a defective Toyota, Buckley & Associates can help. We are available for free consultation and can advance all of the financial costs to maximize your recovery. We also accept cases on a contingency fee agreement. Thus, if there is no recovery, there is no fee charged to the client.
For more information, call attorney James Buckley, Ronald Unger, or Edward Hemingway at Buckley & Associates, 1-800-404-6200 or 206-622-1100.