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Drivers seek legal help after their Ford trucks and SUVs burn to the ground

To support consumers whose Ford vehicles caught fire, whether with or without warranty, promotes free case evaluations from lawyers

Los Angeles, California - Thousands of consumers have been affected by a faulty cruise control function in Ford vehicles. This defective part can cause a fire which can quickly damage the vehicle and surrounding property. After hundreds of complaints, Ford announced a recall of more than 3.8 million vehicles; this recall became one of the largest recalls in automobile industry history.

While drivers were notified by mail and Ford agreed to deactivate the dangerous cruise control switch in select Ford F-150 trucks, Ford Expedition SUVs, Lincoln Navigator SUVs, and Ford Bronco SUVs, consumers are still complaining. Consumers are complaining about lost property due to vehicle fires and are seeking advice for legal action.

Under consumer protection laws, vehicle owners may be able to receive compensation for lost property, promotes free case evaluations for consumers whose Ford automobiles caught on fire. To join a possible Ford class action lawsuit, submit your case for free legal evaluation.

Car owners of other Ford models are also complaining about unexpected fires. One consumer in Washington State came to after his 2001 Ford Explorer spontaneously caught on fire after being parked for 45 minutes. This weary driver contacted Ford but never heard back, some believe that Explorers should have been involved in the recall.

Ford Motor Company, based in Dearborn, Michigan, manufacturers Lincoln, Mercury, Mazda, Volvo, Jaguar, Land Rover, and Aston Martin vehicles and earns $171 billion in annual revenue.

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