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Attorneys in Subaru Windshield Case Request $515,000 Fee

How much do the attorneys representing Subaru car owners suing the car-maker for allegedly defective glass want? More than a half million dollars. Attorneys with Glancy Prongay & Murray LLP and Greenstone Law PC, who represented a class of Subaru … Continue reading

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Judge Approves Settlement for Subaru Class Action Case

On June 11, New Jersey Federal Judge Renee Marie Bumb gave final approval to a settlement in Khona, et al. versus Subaru of America Inc. The settlement gives a class of Subaru owners extended warranties and a reimbursement program to … Continue reading

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Settlement Reached in Subaru Class Action Windshield Lawsuit

A settlement has been reached in the class action lawsuit against car manufacturer Subaru that alleged that the windshields of certain vehicles were prone to cracking. Under the terms of the settlement agreement, Subaru will extend the warranty of the … Continue reading

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Subaru’s Lawyers Say Defective Windshield Suit Should be Dismissed

The law office representing Subaru of America and Subaru Corporation (collectively Subaru) recently wrote a letter to U.S. District Court Judge Noel L. Hillman, to support a motion to dismiss filed in June 2020. This is a development in the … Continue reading

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Subaru Motions to Dismiss Class Action Lawsuit

Subaru of America Inc. (Subaru) filed a reply brief to further support the company’s motions to dismiss an ongoing class action lawsuit, originally filed by Christine Powell against the auto manufacturer for allegedly defective windshields. The suit also added 15 new … Continue reading

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Subaru Asks Judge to Dismiss Class Action Suit

Subaru of America Inc. (Subaru) recently requested the class action lawsuit, originally filed by Christine Powell against the auto manufacturer for allegedly defective windshields, be dismissed for failing to state a claim and lack of jurisdiction. Last month 15 new … Continue reading

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Windshield Class Action Lawsuit Continues

15 new plaintiffs have been added to a class action lawsuit that was originally filed by Christine Powell against Subaru. The suit alleges Subaru of America Inc. (Subaru) was “manufacturing, marketing and selling new vehicles with defective and dangerous windshields … Continue reading

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Improper Window Glass Tempering Recall Might Impact Your Customers

There is a new recall you should be aware of, courtesy of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Certain Subaru of America, Inc. (Subaru) 2019 Crosstrek vehicles have been found to have issues that impact the industry. According to … Continue reading

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How 4 Recalls May Impact Your Business

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has issued four recalls with implications for the auto glass industry. The recalls affect Nissan Altima, Mercedes Benz recently published four recalls that may affect your business. The three vehicle makes included in … Continue reading

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Court Denies Subaru’s Motion to Dismiss in Spontaneous Windshield Breakage Lawsuit

The U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California has denied Subaru of America’s (SOA) motion to dismiss a lawsuit filed against it last year seeking class action status on claims of alleged spontaneous windshield breakage. The June 1, … Continue reading

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Subaru Motions to Dismiss Lawsuit Over Spontaneous Windshield Breakage

Subaru of America (SOA) has asked the U.S. District Court in Northern California to dismiss a lawsuit seeking class action status on claims of alleged spontaneous windshield breakage. The June 1 lawsuit was brought forth by Lucia Luong, alleging the … Continue reading

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Subaru Recalls Thousands of Vehicles for Defective Windshield Wipers

Nearly 1 million Subaru vehicles are being recalled as a result of potentially faulty windshield wipers. Continue reading

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Subaru Settles Class Action Over Loose Hood Latches

Subaru has settled a class action complaint that alleged 2006 and some 2007 Subaru B9 Tribeca vehicles have a hood latch defect, which allows the hood to open while the car is being driven. Continue reading

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Subaru Requires OEM Glass for Windshield Replacement

Subaru is now requiring that OEM glass be used for windshield replacements on models that are equipped with the EyeSight Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS). Continue reading

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