Honda CR-V and Accord Emergency Braking System Defect – Class Action Investigation
Chimicles Schwartz Kriner & Donaldson-Smith is investigating a potential class action lawsuit following the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s (NHTSA) announcement that its launching an investigation into the automated emergency braking systems in Honda’s Accord and CR-V, after 278 Honda owners submitted complaints that their vehicles’ brakes were engaged unnecessarily when there is no obstacle in the vehicle’s path. As of now, the investigation covers the 2017–2019 CR-V and the 2018–2019 Accord, but it is unclear whether the problem exists in other Honda models.
If you own or lease a Honda vehicle and have experienced this issue, or are otherwise interested in learning more about our investigation, please contact the attorneys below.
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Attorneys for this case:
Benjamin F. Johns
Mark B. DeSanto