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If you or a loved one have injuries, or complaints regarding sudden or unintentional Toyota motor vehicle acceleration, contact us immediately using the form to the right.

After multiple government investigations, receiving over 2000 complaints, pushing from the National Highway Safety Administration, and finally a crash involving the deaths of four family members, Toyota was forced to increase its own investigation into “unintended acceleration accidents” on some of its vehicle models.  The tragedy that contributed to this investigation was when a Lexus ES 350 Sedan manufactured by Toyota crashed into another sport utility vehicle, knocked down a fence, rolled over and burst into flames.  Those killed in the accident were an off-duty California Highway Patrol officer (the driver), his wife, daughter, and brother-in-law.

This is seen as a slow awakening due to Toyota dismissing complaints and issues surrounding the unintended or sudden acceleration for quite some time. As recently as fall 2009, Toyota claimed the only cause of any sudden acceleration was because of loose floor mats and proceeded to disclose the federal traffic safety agency sided with them in saying  “there is no evidence to support” another conclusion.  Shortly thereafter, however, a statement was issued by the federal agency to the contrary saying “this matter is not closed” and the statement issued by Toyota was “misleading and inaccurate”


Currently the vehicles with year make and model recalled by Toyota are:

* Certain 2009-2010 RAV4,
* Certain 2009-2010 Corolla,
* 2009-2010 Matrix,
* 2005-2010 Avalon,
* Certain 2007-2010 Camry,
* Certain 2010 Highlander,
* 2007-2010 Tundra,
* 2008-2010 Sequoia

If you or a loved one has any injuries in relation to a Toyota automobile listed on this web page contact our law firm by filling out the form to the right or by calling 1-800-214-1600. You need the right recall attorney to represent you in this matter. Please take advantage of our no obligation policy.

*Update*

Toyota has recently recalled 133,000  2010 Prius models. The recall is due to faulty system software that affects the models' ABS.  This causes brakes to malfunction leading to serious injury. We are here to help if you have been injured by a faulty brake system. If you have been impacted by this malfunction, please contact our law firm.

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