Toyota to Pay $3M in Unintended Acceleration Lawsuit

Toyota to Pay $3M in Unintended Acceleration Lawsuit
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Toyota Motor Company has been ordered to pay $3 million in a lawsuit that claims a defect caused a Camry to unintentionally accelerate, leaving one woman dead and another seriously injured. Continue Reading...

Toyota to Pay $25.5 Million to Settle Class Action Lawsuit

Toyota to Pay $25.5 Million to Settle Class Action Lawsuit
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Hoping to put its long saga of recalls and reports of unintended vehicle acceleration to bed, Toyota has agreed to pay $25.5 million in order to settle a U.S. shareholder class action lawsuit. Continue Reading...

Judge May Caution Jurors Over Employee Testimony in Toyota Unintended Acceleration Lawsuit

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Judge May Caution Jurors Over Employee Testimony in Toyota Unintended Acceleration Lawsuit
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The sudden-unintended acceleration cases that are being blamed on Toyota have taken an interesting turn, as the Judge overseeing the personal injury lawsuits against the company is warning jurors to take some Toyota employees testimony with a grain of salt.  Continue Reading...

Toyota Wins Dismissal of Most Florida, New York Unintended Acceleration Claims

Toyota Wins Dismissal of Most Florida, New York Unintended Acceleration Claims
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Florida and New York car owners accusing Toyota of driving down the value of its vehicles by not disclosing or fixing defects related to unintended acceleration, has had the majority of their claims dismissed. Continue Reading...