Defective products can cause all types of injuries, including burns, lacerations, amputations, disfigurement, and wrongful death.
Defective products include automobile problems. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is investigating numerous reports that the power steering on approximately 83,000 2011 Ford Explorer SUVs can fail to work.
To date, there have been no crashes or injuries. However, drivers have reported that a warning message appeared on the instrument panel before the power steering stopped working. In some cases, restarting the SUV corrected the problem.
An investigation can lead to a recall. If you or a loved one drives a 2011 Ford Explorer SUV and have been injured because of a power steering problem, contact a San Bernardino Personal Injury attorney who has experience in handling product liability cases. You may be able to bring suit against the manufacturer for your injuries and expenses.