Multiple Ram Models May Experience Power Steering Defects
Owners May Be Eligible for Compensation Due to This Alleged Dangerous Defect
The Auto Defects attorneys of McCune Law Group (MLG) are investigating claims for a potential vehicle safety defect lawsuit against Chrysler in relation to an alleged defect in 2013-2022 Dodge Ram 1500 truck models which causes an intermittent to complete loss of power steering while the vehicle is in motion. The alleged power steering defect can pose serious safety issues for owners and others on the road. The Auto Defect attorneys of McCune Law Group have spent the past 30 years fighting for the rights of vehicle owners in the face of dangerous car defects. We’re proud to have successfully represented clients against Toyota, Ford, Hyundai, and other Fortune 500 companies.Schedule Your Free Consultation
Have you experienced problems with power steering failure in your Dodge Ram 1500?
Potential Dodge Ram 1500 Power Steering Failure Lawsuit
National Auto Defect Attorneys Ready to Serve You
McCune Law Group, McCune Wright Arevalo Vercoski Kusel Weck Brandt, APC, (MLG) is investigating claims for a potential auto defect lawsuit in relation to power steering defects of 2013-2022 Dodge Ram 1500 truck models. The alleged defect causes the affected models to experience an intermittent and complete loss of power steering while the vehicle is in motion. Drivers allege that the power steering can fail at any driving speed, but failure at lower speeds can make turning the steering wheel increasingly difficult. This can pose serious safety issues for the consumers who own the affected vehicle and for those on the road. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has already received hundreds of reports from consumers stating that their power steering failed completely or intermittently.
In March 2016, Fiat Chrysler Automotive (FCA) recalled a small number of 2015-2016 Dodge Ram 1500 trucks to address an electronic power steering defect that could lead to the loss of power steering assistance. NHTSA is now investigating that recall to determine if more Dodge RAM 1500 trucks should have been included.
If you own a 2013-2022 Dodge Ram 1500 truck or have experienced issues with your power steering, contact a McCune Law Group Auto Defect attorney today by calling (909) 345-8110 to set up a free consultation!
Power Steering Failure Can Pose a Serious Threat
The failure of power steering in Dodge Ram 1500 model trucks can pose a serious threat to both the driver and others on the road. Power steering is a crucial component that assists in steering control by reducing the effort required to turn the vehicle. When this system fails, it can result in significantly increased steering effort, making it difficult for the driver to maneuver the truck, especially at low speeds or during tight turns. This loss of control can lead to accidents, especially in emergency situations where quick and precise steering responses are essential. Additionally, the sudden failure of power steering can catch drivers off guard, potentially causing them to lose control of the vehicle, posing a significant safety hazard to everyone on the road.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the warning signs of potential power steering issues in Dodge Ram 1500 trucks?
Several warning signs may indicate potential power steering problems in Dodge Ram 1500 trucks. These include difficulty turning the steering wheel, unusual noises such as whining or squealing, and fluid leaks around the power steering components. Any sudden changes in steering responsiveness or the appearance of warning lights on the dashboard should also be taken seriously.
How can power steering failures in Dodge Ram 1500 trucks impact driving safety?
The impact of power steering failures on driving safety is substantial. Without proper steering assistance, drivers may struggle to navigate their Dodge Ram 1500 trucks effectively, especially when turning or maneuvering in tight spaces. The compromised ability to respond quickly to road conditions or obstacles increases the likelihood of accidents. Adequate steering control is crucial for overall vehicle stability, and its failure can result in unpredictable and dangerous driving situations.
What should I do if I believe my Dodge Ram 1500 may be affected?
If you believe that your vehicle may be affected or have already experienced power steering issues, contact a Car Defect attorney from MLG today. Our automotive defect attorneys have an expansive understanding of both the automotive industry and the technical details of automotive engineering. And with decades of experience in bringing and winning successful lawsuits, we have what it takes to help you win the justice you deserve for your injuries and financial losses.
How to Start Your Potential Case
Finding the right Auto Defect attorney is crucial to ensuring you receive the appropriate legal representation and compensation for your case. Contacting an Auto Defect Attorney from MLG ensures that your interests will be represented. Here are five steps to help you contact a qualified attorney:
- Step 1: Research and Gather Information – Before reaching out, gather all relevant information about your case. This includes details about the incident and information about your Dodge Ram 1500 and any other parties involved. Take note of the date, time, and location of the incident.
- Step 2: Visit the McCune Law Group Website – Navigate to the official MLG website. Look for a “Contact Us” or “Free Consultation” section. This is where you will find the necessary details to initiate contact to find a car accident attorney from MLG regarding the Dodge Ram 1500 Power Steering Lawsuit.
- Step 3: Call or Complete the Form for Initial Consultation – Use the provided phone number or online form to contact our team of auto defect attorneys. You may find it helpful to prepare a summary of your case before making the call or completing the form. This will ensure you provide essential details of the case efficiently.
- Step 4: Schedule a Free Consultation – Request a free consultation to discuss your Dodge Ram 1500 case in detail. We offer free initial consultations to assess the viability of your case. During this meeting, you can share the specifics of your situation, ask questions, and get a better understanding of how our attorneys can assist you in a lawsuit.
- Step 5: Prepare for the Consultation – Before the scheduled consultation, organize all relevant documents and be prepared to articulate the details of your Dodge Ram 1500 case clearly. This will help the attorney assess the merits of your case more effectively. During the consultation, feel free to ask any questions you may have about the legal process, potential outcomes, and our approach to auto defect lawsuits.
Automotive Litigation Attorneys are Ready to Assist You
Roadways are dangerous enough without a defective vehicle. That’s why drivers experiencing severe auto defects should immediately seek out attorney assistance to right this wrong. The auto defect lawyers of McCune Law Group have spent the past 30 years fighting for the rights of consumers in the face of automotive defects. We’re proud to have successfully represented clients against Toyota, Ford, Hyundai, and other Fortune 500 companies.
To contact an Auto Defects attorney today, contact us by filling out our form or by calling (909) 345-8110 today!
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