600K Subaru vehicles recalled in 20 cold states

More than 600,000 Subaru vehicles are being recalled in 20 states, including Iowa, due to brakes that may be vulnerable to corrosion, WQAD8 stated on July 3.

According to reports, 660,238 Subaru vehicles in various models and make may leak brake fluid if the lining becomes corroded–something it is more likely to do in the states where salt is regularly used to melt ice and snow during the winter. In a memo sent to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), Subaru said drivers may experience braking problems if the vehicle’s brake fluid has leaked. Owners of Subaru vehicles are advised to contact their dealers or the NHTSA to get more information.

If you have been injured by a faulty vehicle anywhere in Iowa, the lawyers at LaMarca Law Group, P.C., may advocate for you to get the funds you need to recover from your losses. Discuss your situation with us today by calling 877-327-2600.



New models of GM mid-sized sedans recalled for brake issues

Some 8,200 new General Motors (GM) sedans are being recalled by the American car maker due to a possible braking problem in the front wheels, CBS News reported on May 16.

The rear brake rotors in the 2014 models of Buick Lacrosse and Chevrolet Malibu mid-sized sedans were reportedly installed in the front wheels. Affected vehicles may unexpectedly lose front wheel brakes or braking delay if the brake pads wear out. GM said they will start to inform owners on May 29 of free repairs at their local dealership. At least 11.2 million of vehicles have been recalled by the automaker since January.

Unfortunately, people’s lives are endangered from using vehicles with defective brakes. If you experience this anywhere in Iowa, the legal team of LaMarca Law Group, P.C. may fight for you to hold negligent car makers liable for their actions. We may also possibly help you recover your financial loss by seeking damages. Tell us your situation today by calling 877-327-2600 to learn more about your legal options.



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