Graham Esdale and daughters of client Barbara Schwarz attending Congressional hearings

| Defective Products, Transportation

Beasley Allen attorney Graham Esdale is in Washington, DC, this week with three adult children of the firm’s deceased client, Barbara Schwarz, who was killed in an auto crash when the 2005 Toyota Camry in which she was a passenger sped out of control as a result of sudden unintended acceleration. Esdale and Ms. Schwarz’s daughters are attending Congressional hearings into Toyota and the NHTSA’s knowledge about this problem. In this video, Ms. Schwarz’s daughters Margie Louise Meibergen, Sharon L. Brandt and Julie Brandt Mayfield speak with FOX News about their mother’s death. They hope to bring more attention to the fact that Toyota has yet to recall the 2002-2006 Toyota Camrys, which studies have shown may be more susceptible to sudden unintended acceleration.

 

Graham Esdale, Beasley Allen Attorney
Graham Esdale

Graham was lead attorney in Toyota Sudden Unintended Acceleration litigation.


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