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.

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It’s been reported that the exterior of Amana ovens can overheat, cause burns and even melt the appliance’s components.

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 are investigating whether a defect is causing the windshield wipers on newer Bronco models to slow down when set to high speeds and, if so, whether a class action lawsuit could be filed over the issue.

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.

Attorneys are investigating whether a defect in the ZF 9HP transmission is causing a sudden and unexpected shaking, commonly referred to as “juddering.”

Attorneys are looking into certain Hyundai and Kia models that were recalled in late 2022 due to a problem with the electric oil pump in their dual-clutch transmissions. It’s believed that the recalls may not have adequately addressed the underlying issue.

RAV4 drivers have complained about water leaking into their cars’ interiors from the roof, and attorneys working with are looking into whether a defect is to blame.

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 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.