www.DieselSettlement.com – Navistar Diesel Engine Lawsuit

Who would of thought a Diesel Engine could cause a class action lawsuit.  If you or someone you know owned a Ford 6.0 Diesel Engines you might be a part of the Navistar Diesel Engine Products Liability Litigation Class Action Settlement.  In order to qualify as a class member the engine must of been  purchased or leased during model year 2003 to 2007  in the United States and equipped with a 6.0-liter PowerStroke diesel engine.  Further requirements include that you did not file a previous lawsuit for in relation to this engine and repairs had to be made to the engines fuel injector; the EGR valve; the EGR cooler; the oil cooler; or the turbocharger.  At this time a claim form has not been released but please check back for more updates.  DieselSettlement.com provides relevant court documents and up to date news about the lawsuit.  The case is entitled In re: Navistar 6.0L Diesel Engine Products Liability Litigation and a settlement fairness hearing will take place on May 22, 2013.  It should be noted that the Ford Company denies any actions of wrongdoing claimed in the lawsuit to include claims that the engines are defective and that Ford is liable to any buyer, lessee, or operator of the vehicles under any legal claim.

Class members in the case will be represented by the law firm of Caddell of Caddell & Chapman.  Any questions about becoming a class member in the case can be directed to Mr. Michael A. Caddell at 1331 Lamar, Suite 1070, Houston, TX 77010-3027.

The fairness hearing will be held at the Northern District of Illinois Courthouse located at 219 South Dearborn Street, Chicago, IL 60604.  The site also contains the Class Notice, the Preliminary Approval Order and the Settlement Agreement.