From the latest VW emissions cheating device scandal to GM ignition switch malfunctions to the Takata airbag recall (the largest recall ever), car and car parts recalls seem to have accelerated exponentially over the past several years.
Over the past 50 years, 400 million cars have been recalled – as many as could stretch around the earth’s equator almost 45 times! That’s a lot of recalls.
When a recall is issued, the manufacturer and/or the dealer, sends a notice to the owner outlining steps to fix the problem. But surprisingly many auto owners either don’t pay attention to the recall notices or ignore the issue when notified. If that happens, and an injury occurs to the owner or to others, who is liable for damages?
Here’s what attorney Mike Jordan had to say about this issue when interviewed on WNCT 9 On Your Side, Greenville.
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