Kubota Class Action Lawsuits
Philadelphia Class Action Attorneys
Kubota Corporation is a tractor and heavy equipment manufacturer with headquarters
in Grapevine, Texas. Although the company has seen vast success since
introducing its first tractor to the U.S. in 1969, the company is currently
facing several legal issues.
Former owners and lessees of certain Kubota vehicles containing soy- and/or
bio-based wiring insulation, wiring coatings, and other parts and components
are seeking compensation for damages resulting from the inclusion of these
materials. At Golomb & Honik, P.C., our Philadelphia class action
attorneys are dedicated to protecting the rights of consumers, and we
have the knowledge and resources to challenge negligent companies and
Call (215) 278-4449 to set up your free no-obligation consultation.
Kubota Class Action Lawsuit
According to a class action lawsuit against the tractor corporation, Kubota
incorporates soy- and/or bio-based ingredients in the wiring in class
vehicle electrical wiring systems that bait rodents to the vehicles and
entices them to chew through and damage the wiring. Although the parts
are supposed to be more environmentally friendly and less expensive than
other components, owners and lessees of these vehicles should not be required
to bear the risk of future out-of-warranty problems for animal-damaged wiring.
Despite being aware of the defect, Kubota has failed to disclose the issue,
and routinely refuses to repair them under its limited warranty. Worse
still, it seems that when Kubota does repair defect-related damages, it
simply uses new defective bio- or soy-based wiring parts or components,
exposing vehicles to the same risk and likelihood of future damage.
As a result of the defect and the costs associated with repairs, many have
suffered injuries, incurred damages, and been harmed by Kubota’s
conduct. Plaintiffs in the lawsuit seek redress for Kubota’s violations
of warranty laws and monetary and equitable relief for Kubota’s
failure to honor the terms of its warranty and diminished value of their vehicles.
Contact Us Today
If you believe your Kubota vehicle is defective, please contact our
Philadelphia class action attorneys at Golomb & Honik, P.C. today to learn more. Sometimes, companies
shift the blame back towards the consumer or deny a defect even exists.
When this occurs, we are not afraid to bring a class action lawsuit against
them to ensure that these dangerous products are recalled and you are
properly compensated for damages incurred.
Call (215) 278-4449 or contact us online.
We represent victims in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and nationwide.