Auto Defects

In a lawsuit brought on behalf of a Texas man (age 25) who suffered major head and facial trauma, attorneys Rob Ammons and Adam Milasincic blame a defective airbag system. The 2012 Nissan Versa in which the man was driving was traveling on a state highway when another vehicle pulled out in front of him. Upon impact, the driver airbag failed to deploy causing the man’s face to violently accelerate into the steering wheel. “This is not the first Nissan... Read More

Subaru Issues Recall for Defective Airbags In 2017, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) issued the 2018 Subaru Forester SUV a five-star safety rating.  Recently, however, the NHTSA has been conducting an investigation into its airbag sensors for front passenger seats. As the investigation came to an end, it has been discovered that the Japanese automaker traced the airbag sensor defect back to its models equipped with heated seats. According to investigation documents, there is an electrical connection under... Read More

Paralyzed Texas Woman Sues Kia

POSTED ON October 11, 2019

On behalf of a Texas woman, Attorneys have filed suit against Kia Motors. The lawsuit stems from a crash in which the 2015 Kia Sorento LX the woman was driving was rear-ended by a pick-up truck. The woman suffered a spinal cord injury in the crash that has rendered her tetraplegic. In the lawsuit, The Ammons Law Firm claims the Kia Sorento is not crashworthy in rear-end collisions. It is alleged that the Sorento poorly manages crash forces in rear-impacts,... Read More

The Ammons Law Firm filed suit on behalf of a man whose life has been forever changed. While traveling in a 2005 Chevrolet C2500 truck, the man was hit head-on by a vehicle that crossed the centerline, causing an accident. Attorney Rob Ammons alleges that the Chevrolet truck in which he was driving was negligently designed and manufactured, specifically that the truck’s front structure failed to provide proper lower extremity protection. Due to the negligent actions by Chevrolet, the man... Read More

The Ammons Law Firm has successfully obtained compensation from General Motors for a Texas man, 38, who was paralyzed in a rollover crash. The man was the seatbelted front passenger of a 2013 Chevrolet Camaro when the driver lost control of the vehicle, which veered into a ditch and flipped over. The lawsuit filed by The Ammons Law Firm claimed the Camaro was equipped with a seat belt system that failed to hold the man snug against the seat in... Read More

Super-Duty Truck

Ford has agreed to compensate the daughter of an Arizona man who died when the driver of a Ford F350 truck had trouble steering, then crashed into the man’s SUV. The compensation concludes a lawsuit brought on the daughter’s behalf by Rob Ammons in which defects in the Ford F350’s braking system were cited as the reason for the man’s fatal injuries. The man was riding in an SUV driven by his daughter when a 2003 Ford F350 approached in... Read More

GM-recall

Under pressure from the federal government, General Motors will recall nearly 3.46 million United States pick-up trucks and SUVs, citing an issue that could make braking more difficult. The GM recall encompasses nearly 4 million vehicles – including 3.46 million in the United States – including some of Chevrolet and GMC’s most popular models. The specific makes and models affected by this recall include: 2014 – 2018 Chevrolet Silverado pick-up trucks 2014 – 2018 GMC Sierra 1500, 2500 and 3500... Read More

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GM will pay a 33-year-old man who was rendered tetraplegic when the 2008 GMC Sierra 1500 he occupied crashed. The crash occurred when the pickup slid off an interstate after hitting a patch of black ice. It then proceeded down an embankment, overturned and landed on its roof. The pickup after being righted at the accident scene is shown below. Witnesses found the man still belted in the overturned vehicle, his neck pushed down onto his chest by the severely... Read More

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