Do you have a case? Find out for FREE

Call: 303.423.1770 or Toll-Free 866.385.3505

We are OPEN and ready to help you. Learn how we use video, phone and electronic document signing during COVID-19. Learn More

Documents show yet another GM recall failure…  

Detroit, Michigan-based automaker General Motors Co. recalled a small batch of Pontiac G6 midsize cars because of a faulty brake line system in 2009 but failed to recall approximately 2 million vehicles with the same braking system until May of this year.According to GM spokesman Adam Adler, the problem with the later model G6s, Chevrolet Auras, and Saturn Malibus was shared with dealers, but not with car owners directly, resulting in a safety problem that GM management failed to look into for years.The main problem posed by this particular automobile recall is that a vehicle's brake lights may not light up when the brake pedal is pressed, failing to warn drivers that these vehicles will be slowing down or stopping. Additionally, GM noted that this problem could be connected to a number of other issues, including concerns over cruise control disengaging and the vehicle shifting out of "park" unexpectedly.Manufacturers have a responsibility to provide safe products to consumers, and to announce any defects or malfunctions in a timely manner in order to ensure consumer safety. If you or someone you know has been injured because of a defective automobile or other product, contact the Denver product liability attorneys of [firm-name], by calling (720) 377-9631 today.

Toyota recalls 1.9 millions vehicles…  

Toyota recalling 1.9 million of its Prius cars after the company’s engineers found problems with the power converter software.The recall was issued on Wednesday, February 12. It  is the largest volume recall that Toyota has released for the Prius since its market release in 1997.The software defect could set off of the vehicle’s warning lights causing the car to operate on reduced, fail-safe, power. According to a company spokesman, in the worst case scenario, the Prius would suddenly stop operating.If you have been injured as the result of negligent manufacturing, you could be eligible for compensation. The attorneys of [firm-name], represent injury victims in Denver. Call (303) 423-1770 to discuss your legal options with a member of our legal team.

Toyota recalls 803,000 vehicles due to airbag defe…  

Toyota recalled over 800,000 vehicles with leaky air conditioning filters which have caused airbag malfunction.The recall includes 803,000 vehicles sold in the United States, such as the year 2012 and 2013 Camry, Venza, Cambry Hybrid, Avalon, and Avalon Hybrid.So far, Toyota has recorded 35 cases of airbag warning lights prematurely coming on and three cases of the airbag being accidentally deployed.According to a Toyota announcement of the recall, “water from the air conditioning condenser unit housing could leak onto the airbag control module and cause a short circuit, resulting in illumination of the airbag warning light”.Toyota spokeswoman Cindy Knight said that in many cases, spiders have caused the problem by weaving webs that block an important drainage tube within the air conditioning units.If you or a loved one have been harmed by an auto defect, you may be entitled to compensation. Please contact our experienced personal injury attorneys at [firm-name] by calling (303) 423-1770 to discuss your case today.

Denver court charges Jensen Farms owners for selli…  

Brothers and Holly residents Eric and Ryan Jensen, owners of Jensen Farms, are facing a misdemeanor charge and were indicted on Thursday, September 26 in a U.S. District Court in Denver after allowing cantaloupes, obtained from a processing plant in Granada, that were allegedly contaminated to get into the U.S.'s food supply in 2011.These dangerous cantaloupes resulted in at least 33 deaths and 147 hospitalizations in 28 states, data from federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention showed.A trial is set to commence on December 2 and was ordered by Magistrate Judge Michael Hegarty. Prosecutor Assistant U.S. Attorney Jaime Pena estimated the trial to last two weeks.At Hull & Zimmerman P.C., our lawyers are dedicated to upholding the rights of people in Denver who have suffered harm due to the a dangerous product. If you are dealing with such a situation, contact us today to find out how we might be able to help by calling (303) 331-4436.

Man files lawsuit against Walmart andother compani…  

Fifty-three-year-old Belen resident Chris Wallace filed a personal injury lawsuit against Walmart, Frontera Produce Ltd., and Primus Group, Inc. in Santa Fe District Court, claiming that a cantaloupe sold, manufactured, and tested (Colorado-based Jensen Farms, particularly) by the companies, respectively, made him sick, as it was contaminated with listeria.According to the lawsuit, Wallace incurred brain injuries as a result of having consumed the cantaloupe in August 2011, and was immediately taken to an Albuquerque emergency room after suffering a stroke on Sept. 7, 2011.Wallace then had to have a feeding tube inserted into his body and undergo an array of tests, after which he was transferred to a rehabilitation center where his health continued to deteriorate.According to his attorney, Wallace was living a healthy life except for momentary rheumatoid arthritis attacks since 2006, but is now suffering from short-term memory loss.Unfortunately, contaminated food and food products cause people in Denver to suffer from serious ailments. Call our legal team of Hull & Zimmerman P.C. at (303) 331-4436 to find out if you are eligible to file a product liability claim against a manufacturer or distributor who caused your suffering.
Paste your AdWords Remarketing code here