If you drive a Subaru, I suggest you read the following news:
Your vehicle may have a steering defect. Subaru is recalling more than 5,000 2013 Outback and Legacy models for potential steering defects. It was reported that the inner and outer shafts of the steering column assembly could lose contact with one another. If this occurs, the driver could lose the ability to steer the vehicle.
Although the automaker said they stopped selling and shipping these particular models, they received a recent complaint about the loss of steering from an owner. There have been no additional reports of accidents or injuries to date.
A steering defect has the potential to cause major injuries and even death. When a driver loses control, it most probably will result in an accident.
If you or a loved one is the driver of one of these Subaru vehicles and you have been injured because of this steering problem, contact the San Bernardino Law Offices of Peach & Weathers and speak to an experienced personal injury lawyer who has handled many products liability cases.
We are one phone call away to answer all of your questions.