(PRWEB) August 24, 2013
In recent year, Toyota has battled numerous lawsuits due to issues with it’s vehicles resulting in sudden acceleration. With a landmark trial beginning Thursday in Los Angeles County Superior Court, Farar & Lewis LLP said today, “Companies like Toyota need to make sure that no manufacture defects result in the death of vehicle owners. Companies like Toyota need to be held responsible for their negligence.”
According to an article posted on the Los Angeles times, http://www.latimes.com/business/autos/la-fi-toyota-acceleration-20130809,0,3439058.story, the company is currently in a lawsuit battling over responsibility in the wrongful death of a driver in 2009. It’s alleged that the wrongful death occurred due to a faulty accelerator. Joel Farar, senior partner at Farar & Lewis LLP, weighed in, “This trial is a landmark case, because it’ll serve as a precedent for future cases. Once we see the evidence unfold in court, everyone will be able to determine if a defective car part was the reason this tragedy occurred. If it was the cause, we might see other similar lawsuits occur, not only against Toyota, but other car makers as well. If there’s an issue with a vehicle, then it’s the responsibility of the manufacturer to come clean, and correct it, in a swift manner. Clearly, the argument will be made this was not done in this case.”
Consumers interested in learning more about auto vehicle accidents, can visit the website of Farar & Lewis LLP, or by visiting the government’s website, setup for information about vehicle recalls.
About Farar & Lewis LLP
Farar & Lewis LLP is a Los Angeles personal injury law firm, dedicated to helping victims obtain financial compensation for their injuries. With millions recovered, Farar & Lewis LLP have handled some of the largest automobile and personal injury accidents. Recognized as a leading personal injury law firm – Farar & Lewis LLP hold an impressive amount of awards: Million Dollar Advocates Forum, TOP Rated Lawyers, and SUPER Lawyers.
Farar & Lewis, LLP does not represent any parties in the above-referenced case. Joel Farar and Farar & Lewis, LLP are merely expressing an opinion as to the above-referenced case.