Skip to comments.Class action suit against Toyota starts with Utah
Posted on 06/10/2011 8:10:06 PM PDT by quantim
SANTA ANA, Calif. (AP) -- A federal judge expects the first lawsuit to go to trial in a massive class action against Toyota Motor Corp. over a sudden acceleration problem that led the company to recall 14 million cars will involve a crash that killed a Utah couple.
U.S. District Judge James Selna told attorneys Friday that the case of Paul Van Alfen and Charlene Jones Lloyd - whose Toyota Camry slammed into a wall in Utah in 2010 - will go to trial in early 2013.
The case will be the first of several bellwether lawsuits, intended to determine how the rest of the litigation will proceed.
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I don’t buy any of this. I think it is all BS. I am sorry these people lost their lives, but I think it is a witch hunt.
Union *BINGO* witch hunt.
Funny. Aside from the floor mats, didn’t NASA and the NTSB determine USER ERROR (media driven panic) was the cause of the “sudden acceleration” in Toyotas and there was no electrical or programming fault.
More BS from the anti-Toyota government moles. I’ll take our Toyota over the Communist Chevy Motors anyday....