Thousands of Nissan Leaf Vehicles Recalled
Nissan has issued a recall for 47,538 Leaf electric cars due to possible break issues. The recall impacts vehicles sold in the United States and Canada between 2013 and 2015. If you suspect your vehicle may be impacted by this recall, it is best to contact your local dealership to schedule a free repair or replacement.
Often overlooked, defective vehicles play a role in a number of serious car accidents every year. When the defect is a safety feature such as breaks, airbags, or seatbelts, risks for injury or death increase substantially. If you or someone you love is injured by a vehicle defect, the New Hampshire product liability attorneys at Van Dorn & Curtiss can help. With decades of combined experience serving victims of serious injury, our lawyers know how to investigate these cases, identify defects, and hold the liable party accountable for all related damages.
Recalls are important in helping prevent accidents caused by vehicle defects, but do not protect a manufacturer from liability when their cars cause harm. Even if your vehicle has been included in a recall, if you have been injured due to a defect, you may be entitled to seek compensation for your damages.