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Honda settles auto defect class actions

For several years, consumers have followed with horror the news reports of auto airbags exploding in vehicles. The device most relied upon for safety in an automobile had become the weapon responsible for killing 16 people and injuring hundreds. Because of a design defect, the airbags manufactured by Takata tended to explode, sending shards of burning metal into the faces and bodies of the passengers. It did not take long before auto defect class actions began in California and across the country.

VW sunroof issues may fall under lemon law

One of the benefits of living in California is the glorious sunshine year-round. Having a car with a sunroof is a must for many car owners who want to enjoy that sunshine, even when they are driving. However, some are taking advantage of the state's lemon law to seek redress for a defect in their sunroofs that has the potential to cause injuries and accidents.

Customers face dealer fraud when flooded vehicles hit the market

By now, the images of hurricane-ravaged areas of the country are fading from the memories of many in California. However, the devastation remains, and families in those areas struggle to rebuild their lives and replace belongings lost or destroyed in the storms. One important item many families may quickly replace is the car, especially if it was one of the millions submerged in floodwaters. Unfortunately, through dealer fraud, many of those cars end up in the garages of unsuspecting car purchasers.

10 million defective airbags remain in use, despite recall

For several years, stories of defective and dangerous airbags have been making headlines across the U.S. Many people are likely aware of the defect, and millions of people are affected by it, as roughly 46 million defective airbag inflators have been recalled. Criminal charges have been filed; class action lawsuits have been filed; multi-million dollar settlements have been reached.

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