Millions of vehicles have now been recalled by Honda, Toyota, and other major auto-makers because airbags exploded, failed to deploy, opened without warning, or had other problems that can cause severe injury or even death.

Toyota has told North American dealers to stop selling six popular models with heated seats because a soft material beneath the seat covers does not comply with U.S. safety standards.

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Toyota 2010 Prius and 2010 Lexus HS Recall


 
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This website provides information regarding the reason for some of these recalls, the models affected, the problems that could arise and ultimately how you should proceed if you have been harmed as a result of driving one of these defective vehicles.


Please note: this is NOT a comprehensive list of Toyota vehicle recalls. To lookup safety recalls and service campaigns released since 1999 for Toyota, Lexus and Scion vehicles intended for sale or sold in the U.S., U.S. Territories, and Mexico
Visit Toyota's Official Site.

 

Toyota floor mats Recall attorney Toyota has conducted a voluntary safety recall on approximately 133,000 2010 Model Year Prius vehicles and 14,500 Lexus Division 2010 HS 250h vehicles to update software in the vehicle's anti-lock brake system (ABS).

The ABS, in normal operation, engages and disengages rapidly (many times per second) as the control system senses and reacts to tire slippage. Some 2010 model year Prius and 2010 HS 250h owners have reported experiencing inconsistent brake feel during slow and steady application of brakes on rough or slick road surfaces when the ABS is activated in an effort to maintain tire traction.
The specific model names and years associated with the vehicles for the anti-lock brake system (ABS) recall include the 2010 Prius and Lexus Division 2010 HS 250h. No other Toyota, Lexus, or Scion vehicles are involved in this recall. Only Prius vehicles produced since May 2009 and all HS 250h vehicles are subject to this recall. First- and second-generation Prius vehicles use a different ABS system and are not involved in this campaign.

 

Brent Cordell is currently accepting defective Toyota injury cases in all 50 states. If you or somebody you know was injured, you should contact a personal injury attorney immediately for a free case consultation. For more information call us today at 1-844-8LEGAL8 (1-844-853-4258)for a free consultation.

The US Government applies certain regulations on manufacturers to insure against defective products; but those regulations often go unenforced, and may lack the sufficient penalties to curb abuse.
As consumers, we trust that the products we purchase meet certain standards for safety. In most cases this trust is well founded, but unfortunately defective and dangerous products still do find their way into our homes, hospitals, offices and businesses.

If you have sustained injuries or substantial property damage because of a product defect you may have a product liability claim.

Product liability relates to any harm to consumers stemming from marketing misrepresentation, manufacturing defects, poor design, labeling errors, or the failure to warn of specific side effects or additional risks.
An experienced product liability attorney helps individuals in the prosecution of reckless or negligent manufacturers who distribute defective or mislabeled products. Product liability lawsuits are often the consumer's most effective weapon against unreasonably dangerous products. If you or a loved one have been injured by the failure of a dangerous or defective product, Houston, Texas based personal injury attorney Brent M. Cordell can inform you of your legal rights and options.

 
If you have suffered any sort of injury as a result of a defective Toyota vehicle, you have the right to hold the manufacturer responsible for your injuries. Brent M. Cordell specializes in product liability and can help you review the facts of your case, complete the necessary paperwork, understand relevant laws, and ultimately receive the damages you deserve.
 

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