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Auto manufacturer General Motors (GM) issued recall to 221,558 sedans primarily in the U.S. that may catch fire due to a defective parking brake, an article stated on September 20.
According to the recall, some recent models of Chevrolet Impalas and Cadillac XTS sedans are equipped with a faulty electric parking brake arm that may get stuck after use. The affected vehicles are at risk of catching fire as a result of the brake pad grazing the rotor and creating friction. GM said that they are unaware of any injuries or any incidents caused by the affected sedans. Owners will receive notification from their dealers to have their vehicles fixed for free.
The Nashville lawyers of Pohl & Berk, LLP are aware that many people suffer physically and financially from injuries caused by defective vehicles. However, our lawyers may help you recover your loss by pursuing damages from negligent car makers. Speak with us today by calling 615-277-2765 to find out how we may advocate for you.