2013 Cadillac SUV Recall
Posted on May 28, 2013
Faulty manufacturing is responsible for the deaths and painful injuries suffered by hundreds of thousands of innocent people. Our Raleigh car accident lawyers have reviewed many auto recalls, some addressing vehicles' brake systems or faulty air bags, while others pose the risk of a vehicle fire hazard. Now, a new Cadillac recall involves over 20,000 SUVs.
General Motors issued a recall after safety regulators were lead to believe factory-installed wheels were not mounted properly. Loose wheel nuts may cause the tires to disengage and fall off vehicles. The auto recall affects 2013 Cadillac SRX models. As a luxury crossover SUV, the SRX was predominantly released in the United States, but vehicles have also been exported to other countries.
If you own a 2013 Cadillac SRX that was made between January 31, 2012 and March 18, 2013, check your wheel size. Affected vehicles have 18" wheels. If so, contact your dealer immediately and they will perform a tire rotation free of charge to resolve the loose wheel nut issue.
Regardless of the type of vehicle you drive, if faulty manufacturing caused you to lose control of your car and you or other people were injured as a result, schedule a no-cost consultation with our Raleigh car accident lawyers. Also, all injured persons in North Carolina are entitled to a complimentary copy of Brent Adams' book 10 Costly Mistakes That Could Wreck Your North Carolina Case. The book and our attorneys will be able to answer your questions about the amount and types of compensation you are entitled to.