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Self-driving cars are marketed as a safer alternative to human drivers. But the new technology has been linked to fatal crashes after failing to detect oncoming vehicles.
Drivers across America filed a class action lawsuit against Toyota over vehicles with defective engines that burn excessive amounts of oil.
Volkswagen TDI vehicles were supposed to deliver great performance and low pollution, but lawsuits allege that VW cheated on emissions tests.
Many Continental airbags have a defect that may cause the airbag to malfunction, potentially injuring drivers. Victims seek compensation for accident injuries and financial losses.
Defective GM ignition switches can allegedly move out of position and cause vehicles to lose power while they're moving. The switches are blamed for hundreds of deaths and injuries.
Takata airbags may contain a volatile chemical that can cause airbags to explode during deployment, spraying shrapnel into the cabin and harming occupants.
Uber is the target of class action lawsuits that argue drivers should be classified as employees--not independent contractors--and entitled to worker benefits.
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