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Toyota Looks to Settle Sudden Acceleration Lawsuits – 12/12/13

Toyota settles acceleration lawsuit after $3-million verdict – 10/25/13

Toyota hit with $3-million verdict in sudden acceleration death – 10/25/13

Toyota executive testifies in acceleration case: ‘I am not very technical’ – 8/27/13

Toyota moves to settle two high-profile sudden acceleration cases – 1/16/13

Sen. Grassley questions Toyota sudden acceleration probe – 7/13/12

Allstate sues Toyota over sudden-acceleration-related insurance claims – 10/5/10

Toyota settles suit over Saylor car crash – 9/17/10

Toyota acknowledges software bug in ‘black box’ reader – 9/15/10

Safety regulators subpoena ‘black box’ data from Toyota truck involved in fatal crash – 8/18/10

Toyota sudden acceleration reports date to 2003 – 8/3/10

Toyota appears to do an about-face on reliability of black boxes in its vehicles – 7/28/10

Auto safety bill is scaled back in face of industry opposition – 7/12/10

Toyota took cost-cutting approach on lurching Lexus models, records show – 5/24/10

Transportation chief Ray LaHood to meet with Toyota President Akio Toyoda in Japan – 5/8/10

NHTSA official offers lukewarm endorsement of auto safety bill – 5/7/10

Bill would limit NHTSA officials’ moves to auto industry – 4/29/10

U.S. seeks to hit Toyota with top fine for delays in disclosing problems – 4/5/10

Toyota’s acceleration woes part of two new inquiries – 3/29/10

Toyotas’ sudden acceleration blamed for more deaths – 3/26/10

Toyota workers raised safety concerns with bosses in 2006 memo – 3/8/10

Toyota’s fix is a bust, owners claim – 3/3/10

Senate panel calls NHTSA response to Toyota safety issues ‘deeply troubling’ – 3/2/10

Toyotas, deaths and sudden acceleration – 2/28/10

Toyota’s enablers – 2/28/10

Crash reports tell of horror – 2/28/10

Toyota ‘deliberately withheld’ evidence in safety lawsuits, House panel says – 2/27/10

Lawmakers just getting started on scrutiny of Toyota – 2/26/10

Toyota says it has received two subpoenas regarding car defects – 2/22/10

Toyota calls in Exponent Inc. as hired gun – 2/18/10

Toyota faces massive legal liability – 2/12/10

Toyota probes take a new turn – 2/3/10

Doubt cast on Toyota’s decision to blame sudden acceleration on gas pedal defect – 1/30/10

Toyota issues new recall for 2.3 million vehicles – 1/21/10

Toyota found to keep tight lid on potential safety problems – 12/23/09

Toyota’s acceleration issue – 12/5/09

Data Point to Toyota’s Throttles, Not Floor Mats – 11/29/09

Runaway Toyota cases ignored – 11/8/09

Regulators slam Toyota over ‘no defect’ claim – 11/5/09