Trial Lawyer Seeks $20 Million in Wrongful Death Suit

According to NBC Los Angeles, plaintiff attorney Garo Mardirossian is pressing for $20 million as compensation for the wrongful death of a Southern California woman who was killed when her vehicle suddenly accelerated and spun out of control in 2009. Mardirossian went on to suggest that the installation of a brake override system in the 2006 Camry could have prevented the untimely death of 66-year-old Noriko Uno.

Toyota defense attorney Vincent Galvin expressed his deepest sympathies for the family and friends of Noriko Uno, but claimed that the vehicle €œcould have been stopped if someone wanted to stop it.’€ Despite the fact that Toyota Motor Corporation issued a recall for all 2007 Camrys to install the missing brake override system, Galvin assured jurors that the 2006 Camry was equipped with a top quality, state-of-the-art braking system.

According to the Associated Press, there are over 80 strikingly similar cases filed in state courts. This wrongful death lawsuit is considered a €œbellwether’€ case, which will be used to predict the outcome of similar claims.

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