Burger Law has partnered with Carella Byrne Cecchi Brody Agnello, PC and
Cuneo Gilbert and LaDuca in a class
action lawsuit against manufacturers Ferrari and Robert Bosch due to a product recall
over possible partial or total brake failures.
NEWARK, N.J. , Sept. 29,
2022 /PRNewswire/ -- St.
Louis-based law firm Burger Law, a law firm that specializes
in product liability and class action lawsuits, is representing the
plaintiff in a lawsuit against manufacturers Ferrari and Robert Bosch. The plaintiff alleges
that he twice experienced sudden brake failure due to defective
motor vehicle components and asserts that the vehicle and defective
component manufacturers are liable. The lawsuit is a class action
and may be joined by others who have sustained losses due to the
defective product. It is pending in federal court in New Jersey as Case
number 2:21-cv-20772-JMV-CLW, and called Rose v. Ferrari North America, Inc. To learn more or
submit your information please visit our Ferrari Brake Recall
Burger Law Files Class Action Lawsuit
Against Ferrari and Bosch For Brake Failure.
In two separate Part 573 Safety Recall Reports issued by the
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration on Oct. 29, 2021 and Jul. 26,
2022, over 23,000 Ferrari vehicles sold in the U.S. between
2005 to date were recalled due to faulty brake fluid reservoir
caps. The reports state that the caps may not vent pressure
adequately which can cause the reservoir to leak brake fluid.
Further, the report notes that complete loss of brake fluid can
lead to total brake failure.
In the complaint, ROSE v. FERRARI NORTH
AMERICA, INC., et al, the plaintiff alleges:
- "Braking is critical to the safety of the driver, passengers
within the vehicle, the drivers and occupants of other vehicles in
proximity, and innocent bystanders."
- "Defendants have failed to inform consumers of the potentially
deadly Brake Defect installed in certain [Ferrari models], much
less repair or replace the defective braking system in vehicles
sold or leased to consumers nationwide."
- The brake defect "may be related to leaking brake fluid and/or
the master cylinder/brake booster component within" the
- "Defendants have had actual knowledge of the Defect since at
- "Defendants knew or should have known of the Defect from far
earlier due to pre-production testing, failure mode analysis, and
reports to authorized dealers and repair centers."
- "Defendants chose to omit information about the Brake Defect
and not to disclose these problems to [Ferrari owners], so that
they could continue to profit from the sale and lease of the"
The plaintiffs are seeking compensatory, actual, treble,
punitive, and/or statutory damages for injury, financial loss,
reduction of the vehicles' value and the Defendants' concealment of
a known defect. Plaintiffs also issued a demand for a jury
There are two legal bases for the lawsuit:
- Nationwide claims for fraud by concealment, negligent
misrepresentation, unjust enrichment, and violation of the N.J.
Consumer Fraud Act ("NJCFA")
- State claims for violations of Georgia's Uniform Deceptive Trade Practices
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SOURCE Burger Law