By Adam W. Pittman on April 3, 2019
Having your brakes fail while driving can be a terrifying experience.
Car accidents caused by bad brakes result in serious, life-threatening injuries for everyone involved, and manufacturers are often quick to blame the driver instead of their defective brakes.
Unfortunately, thousands of these faulty brake systems may have been installed in 2009 Nissan Murano SUVs nationwide. And this isn’t the first time Nissan has struggled with bad brakes in their vehicles.
Symptoms of Nissan Bad Brakes
Nissan is recalling more than 86,000 of their Murano SUVs (model year 2009) to address a faulty part in the antilock brake system (ABS). If this part fails, it could take longer for the driver to come to a full stop. Your vehicle may be affected if you have experienced any of these symptoms:
- Difficulty braking
- Soft brake pedal
- Anti-lock brake failure
- Brakes lack resistance
- Increased stopping distance
- Brake pedal hits the floorboard
NHTSA Opens Nissan Investigation
In April 2018, The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) opened an investigation into brake-related problems with the 2009 Nissan Murano, looking into 14 allegations of crashes and more than 480 complaints in addition to reports of injuries.
If you were injured in a car accident involving faulty brakes and are struggling to keep up with medical bills or paying off mechanic fees, contact Cory Watson now to see if you qualify for compensation.
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When you or someone you know is struggling with bad brakes, only the best faulty brake lawyers will do. You need an experienced legal team with the dedication, knowledge, and resources needed to build a strong case against the world’s largest automotive giants like Nissan North America.
In fact, Cory Watson Attorneys are no stranger to winning faulty brake lawsuits against Nissan.
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In 2017, a California state court jury awarded a $25 million verdict to our plaintiffs after determining that a Nissan SUV’s defective brakes caused an accident that killed three people and resulted in an elderly driver being wrongfully charged with vehicular manslaughter. Cory Watson attorneys Jerome Tapley, Ryan Lutz, and Adam W. Pittman led the trial team representing plaintiffs.
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You shouldn’t have to pay for a manufacturer’s negligence. The Nissan brake failure lawyers at Cory Watson are ready to fight for you! We’ve helped thousands of clients across the nation stand up for what’s right, and we aren’t afraid to take on automotive giants.
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