• Company
  • Description
  • Recovery Amount
  • Ford Motor Company
  • Belville v. Ford Motor Company
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In March 2013, G&E filed a class action lawsuit against Ford Motor Company alleging that many thousands of Ford, Lincoln, and Mercury vehicle models manufactured in North America between 2002 and 2010 are at risk for sudden unintended acceleration due to a dangerous design defect in those vehicles’ electronic throttle control systems. The lawsuit seeks to represent a nationwide class of purchasers and lessees of these vehicles who have suffered material financial harm due to Ford’s concealment of the defect and its lack of adequate failsafe measures, as well as its failure to provide warnings and instructions to owners and lessees about sudden acceleration events.