With NASA and the U.S. Department of Transportation's revelation that Toyota vehicles did not have electrical flaws causing more car accidents, Professor Aaron Twerski says that plaintiff lawyers will have a much more difficult time suing the company. Research has shown that these accidents were caused not by faulty wiring, but by drivers stepping on the gas instead of the brakes. "It's going to be much harder on the class-action side," said Professor Twerski to Forbes blogger, Daniel Fisher. "In an individual case someone can be a damned fool and still recover. It’s much more tricky on a class basis. You have to say the car is worth less because of the possibility of some idiot doing something. It’s much a harder sell.”
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