Now FORD is recalling over 200,000 vehicles due to mostly SAFETY issues!

November 4, 2014


Another recall is underway and again air bag problems are the center of attention. This time over 130,000 2014 Ford F-150's and Ford Flex vehicles are being recalled after discovering the passenger seat weight sensor may not be working properly. This problem could prevent the air bag from properly deploying in the event of an accident.


Ford is also recalling over 38,000 2005 to 2011 Crown Victoria, Mercury Grand Marquis and Lincoln Town Cars for a second time to fix steering shafts. Improper repairs can cause a loss of steering.


Over 27,000 2014 Transit Connect small vans are being recalled due to possible fuel line leaks.


You can read Ford's official recall News Release by clicking here.


This recall falls on the heels of a massive faulty air bag recall involving millions of vehicles. The law office of T. Verner Smith is currently seeking owners of vehicles involved in THAT recall as the value of those vehicles will likely fall...through no fault of the owner. A class action lawsuit is being considered on behalf of vehicle owners. Click here for more information.



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Law office of T. Verner Smith

Personal Injury - Bankruptcy - Disability

112 N. Liberty  Jackson TN

(731) 423-1888


Law office of T. Verner Smith

Personal Injury - Bankruptcy - Disability

5100 Poplar, Clark Tower, Suite 2700  

Memphis, TN 38137

(901) 730-4567


Law office of T. Verner Smith

Personal Injury - Bankruptcy - Disability

750 Old Hickory Blvd, Suite 150  

Brentwood, TN 37027

(615) 371-6136 


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