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Scott M. Cohen & John D. Barker Named Super Lawyers

Jan 30, 2020

Scott M. Cohen and John D. Barker, two of our Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center® lawyers, were selected as Super Lawyers by Thomas Reuters for 2020! This is an incredible accomplishment and we are proud to announce this achievement. Scott M. Cohen has earned this distinction every year since 2015, officially having been…

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Over 30,000 Dodge Minivans Recalled

Jan 21, 2020

Dodge issued a recall for over 30,000 minivans due to second and third-row seats that could potentially become loose during a crash. The seats are supposed to fit securely onto a metal part of the vehicle referred to as a seat striker. The seat striker is welded to the floor of the vehicle, however, some…

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Subaru Recalls About 500,000 Vehicles for Faulty Airbags

Subaru of America, Inc. is recalling nearly 500,000 vehicles for faulty airbags that could explode and shoot metal projectiles through the car. The recall applies to a number of Subaru models released between 2003 and 2014 that have Takata airbags in the front passenger seat. The driver’s seat front airbag is not subject to the…

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Ram Recalls Over 100,000 Vehicles for Fire Risk

Jan 09, 2020

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) is recalling 107,898 diesel pickup trucks due to small cracks that are developing in an emissions system, some of which can cause fires. There are four reported injuries due to the development of these microscopic cracks, as owners tried to put out the fires on their own and ultimately became injured…

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Subaru Recalls Over 400,000 Crosstreks and Imprezas

Dec 18, 2019

There are two Subaru recalls impacting both Subaru Crosstrek and Impreza drivers. A total of roughly 466,205 late-model Crosstrek and Impreza vehicles have been recalled due to engine-related issues. Power could continue to the ignition even after the engine has been shut off, potentially resulting in a short circuit and blown fuse. If this short…

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Toyota Recalls Over 900,000 Vehicles Due to Airbag Malfunction

Dec 11, 2019

About 928,000 Toyota vehicles are in the final stages of a recall due to high-risk airbags that are ready for their final and permanent replacement. The airbags were being replaced with Takata airbags until the “final remedy” airbags became available.  According to Toyota, this final recall phase is being completed ahead of schedule. This means…

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Ford Recalls 2020 Escape, Explorer and F-Series Vehicles

Dec 02, 2019

Ford owners should be aware of a recent recall regarding the 2020 Ford Escape, Explorer and 2019 F-Series Super Duty models, each revolving around separate issues. The 2020 Escape was also added to a prior recall notice.  The Ford Explorer The 2020 Explorer’s recall is about improperly secured wiring harnesses, specifically impacting the secured wiring…

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Nissan recalls about 400,000 vehicles due to a defect in the braking system

Nissan North America is recalling nearly 400,000 vehicle in the United States due to a braking system defect, causing concerns that a brake fluid leak could potentially lead to a fire.  The recall includes 2016-2018 Maximas, 2017-2019 Infinito QX60s, 2015-2018 Muranos and 2017-2019 Pathfinders. The leak from the braking system could leak into internal circuit boards and trigger…

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Fiat Chrysler Recalling Almost 700,000 SUVs Worldwide

Krohn & Moss, Ltd. Consumer Law Center ® has become aware that Fiat Chrysler is recalling almost 700,000 SUVs worldwide to fix a problem that can cause the engines to stall.  The recall covers certain 2011 through 2013 Jeep Grand Cherokees and Dodge Durangos. Most are in North America. The company says silicon deposits on the contact points of fuel pump relays can…

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More Than 250,000 BMW Vehicles Recalled For Camera Concerns

BMW has issued a wide recall on their recent models due to a display setting glitch—the rear camera view can be turned off when the car is in reverse. Why Is This Important? It’s possible that this issue can increase the risk of a crash, while also not adhering to federal safety standards. What To…

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