Appliances and Auto

In recent years, a number of lawsuits have been filed against automobile and appliance manufacturers. Below, you will find a complete list of appliances, automobiles, and automobile parts that are under investigation.

If you own any of the following, fill out the form on this page and tell us about the problems you’ve been having.

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Attorneys are investigating whether a defect related to the heating element is causing the dishwashers to leak and whether a class action lawsuit could be filed to provide a true fix for the problem.

Attorneys have reason to believe these vehicles were manufactured with inferior and unsafe rear subframes, which may lead to catastrophic vehicle damage and put drivers at an increased risk of an accident.

Drivers have reported problems with their transmissions when starting their vehicles, accelerating and shifting. Attorneys are now investigating whether a class action is possible.

Drivers of certain General Motors (GM) vehicles—including newer GMC Yukon, Chevy Tahoe and Cadillac Escalade models—have reported that their 6.2L engines unexpectedly lost power while their car was in motion.

GM issued a recall for the fuel pump in certain Equinox and Terrain models, but attorneys believe the recalls may not have covered enough vehicles or provided a permanent fix.

Attorneys are investigating whether these Mazda vehicles suffer from an engine coolant defect and, if so, whether a class action lawsuit could be filed.

Drivers of certain Mercedes-Benz S-Class vehicles have reported a variety of tire and wheel problems, including blowouts, punctures, bubbles, deflation and cracked rims.

Drivers of certain Nissan Rogue, Nissan Altima, Infiniti QX50 and Infiniti QX55 vehicles have reported problems with the cars’ engines, including noises, fires, vibrations and loss of power.

Consumers have complained that their Samsung ranges take forever to heat up, won’t heat up past 150 degrees and/or can dangerously overheat without warning.

Attorneys working with ClassAction.org are investigating whether a defect is responsible for the headlight issues. If so, they may be able to get a class action lawsuit on file.

A recent investigation found that Tesla may have grossly overstated the range of its electric vehicles.

Many VW Atlas and Cross Sport drivers have reported that their brakes make a loud grinding, squeaking or gurgling noise or feel like they’re slipping or too sensitive.

Attorneys are investigating whether a class action lawsuit can be filed against Volkswagen in light of complaints from Audi A3 and VW Golf drivers that the suction jet pump in the cars’ fuel tank failed, causing fuel leaks and other problems.