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Class Action Against Ford Alleges Carbon Monoxide Exposure | New Jersey Law Journal

A putative class action suit filed in federal court in Newark claims a design defect in certain Ford Explorer, Ford Edge and Lincoln MKX models allows carbon monoxide to enter the passenger compartment.

Fumes are most likely to enter the vehicles when they are driven at high speed with the air conditioner on the recirculate setting, said Jordan Lewis of Kelly/Uustal Trial Attorneys in Fort Lauderdale, who is of counsel on the case to Christopher Placitella of Cohen, Placitella & Roth in Red Bank. Lewis’ firm also filed the Florida, Texas, California and New York cases. Some parties who have contacted his firm have reported that they and their children felt sick after riding in the vehicles, Lewis said.

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