Thursday, February 04, 2010

Plaintiff Bar Internet Marketing Draws Toyota Case Leads

Law firms are losing no time in filing suits against Toyota. Product liability cases centering on loss of economic value are a primary focus, along with product safety issues associated with unintended acceleration.

An article in the National Law Journal titled "Law Firms Rev Up Against Toyota Over Defect Reports," reports:

"One suit, filed on Friday in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Florida, seeks $1 billion in damages on behalf of a nationwide class of consumers. Some 15 law firms have been working as a team in that case and they plan to file another three dozen suits within the next week or two in at least 25 states, said Howard, one of the lawyers on the case. Eventually, he said, the suits will be coordinated as multidistrict litigation."

This Rainmaking Lady uncovered several examples of how quick-acting plaintiff firms are using Internet marketing techniques to attract new Toyota cases:

Sokolove Law

Mark & Associates P.C. offers a Toyota-specific "mini site"

Kline & Specter

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

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