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Hyundai and Kia Recall Due to Fire Risk

Nov 01, 2018

Nearly 2,000 Hyundai and Kia vehicles have been recalled due to a potential fire risk. In certain vehicles, there is a problem that involves the connection beneath the rear seats that may start a fire. Hyundai issued a recall for 754 Ioniq hybrid and plug-in hybrid vehicles and Kia issued a recall for 1,039 Niro…

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Over 1 Million Ram Trucks Recalled

Approximately 1.1 million Ram pickup trucks from 2015-2017 are being recalled due to their tailgates opening unexpectedly. This means that any cargo that is being stored in the bed of the pickup truck may fall out due to the defect, leading to potential accidents. Affected vehicles: Ram 1500 light-duty pickup trucks Ram 2500 heavy-duty pickup…

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Fiat Chrysler Recalls V8s Over Stuck Cruise Control

Certain Chrysler vehicles are being recalled due to cruise control issues. Not only are certain vehicles getting stuck in cruise control, but some of them are also accelerating unpredictably. This is extremely dangerous to both you as well as other drivers on the road. Although 1,930 vehicles are directly affected, there was a similar recall…

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Audi Recalls 2013-2015 Sedans Over Fire Risk

Sep 17, 2018

If you have an A8 Audi luxury sedan, be aware of this recent recall due to a fire risk. Approximately 6,633 Audi A8 sedans, including some high-performance S8 versions, due to a fire risk. The fuel line in these vehicles could become more porous as time goes on, leading to a fuel leak. This leak…

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Driver Accuses Carmaker of Failing to Warn of Defect

Sue Winters loves her 2011 VW Tiguan so much that she affectionately named it “Ethel” — as in Lucy and Ethel. So when Sue found “Ethel,” a relatively new car, dead in the driveway this summer, it came as a bit of a shock. “The car doesn’t start. It’s completely dead,” Winters said. “I was…

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Scott M Cohen Interviewed by Superlawyers Magazine

Scott M. Cohen of Krohn & Moss, Ltd. interviewed by Super Lawyers Magazine about the Lemon Law

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