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Ferrari recalls Over 23,000 cars For Possible Brake Failure

The Italian automaker has recalled certain vehicles from Model Years 2005 to 2022, including the F60 America and LaFerrari.

Who is affected by this recall?

More than 23,000 Vehicles with Potential Brake Defects. All models of Ferrari from 2005 to date

Have you experienced a sudden loss of brakes or brake defects?

Concerned your car has brake problems and that might reduce its value or make it dangerous to drive?

Want to talk to or connect with us about your claim?

If you own a Ferrari 2005-2022 model, your vehicle may have a faulty brake fluid reservoir cap making you eligible to recover damages.

We represent a Ferrari owner who twice experienced sudden brake failure. We want to help other Ferrari owners concerned with this product defect. Join the class action lawsuit against manufacturers for defective brakes today.

Click here to see a copy of our latest complaint in the case against Ferrari and Bosch (who made the brake system with the defect).

Click here for a copy of the order appointing us provisional class counsel in the case. And by us, we mean Carella Byrne Cecchi Brody Agnello, PC and attorneys James Cecchi, Caroline Bartlett and Jordan Steele, Cuneo Gilbert and LaDuca and attorneys Charles LaDuca and Michael Flannery, and Burger Law and attorney Gary Burger.

Call us or fill out this contact form if you want to join the class action lawsuit against manufacturers for defective brakes or have questions.

You have limited time to file a claim. Join the class action lawsuit we have filed against Ferrari and Bosch, manufacturers of the recalled vehicles and faulty brake components. Learn more about the recall below.

Ferrari has recalled 23,555 vehicles for potentially leaking brake fluid, which could lead to partial or complete loss of braking ability.

The recall affects a variety of models spanning 2005 to the present, including the multimillion-dollar F60 America and LaFerrari cars.

The NHTSA report was filed on July 26 and includes a relatively simple remedy of replacing the brake fluid reservoir cap.

Here are links to the recall notice and information about the recall:

Here are links to some articles about the recall:

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What you need to know about the Ferrari brake failure case

Luxury vehicle manufacturer Ferrari has recalled 23,555 vehicle models spanning Model Year 2005 to 2022, including the F60 America and LaFerrari, due to a faulty brake component. The defective part in question, a brake fluid reservoir cap, may leak brake fluid, potentially causing partial or full brake failure.

Leaking brake fluid can cause partial or total loss of braking ability. Not only does this affect the value of your vehicle, but can put your very life at risk. If you have experienced losses and expenses because of your Ferrari's defective brake fluid reservoir cap or sudden brake failure, our attorneys will help bring you justice. As provisional class counsel in the lawsuit against manufacturers Ferrari and Bosch, Burger Law will fight to ensure that you are compensated for your defective and dangerous vehicle.

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Over 23,000 Ferraris have been recalled

Do you own a Ferrari? Have you experienced brake defects? Do you believe you paid too much for a car that has problems or could be dangerous? You do not have to accept this. Join the Ferrari brake failure case we have filed and receive dedicated legal representation from experienced product defect lawyers who will demand maximum compensation for your losses.

The attorneys of Burger Law offer the diligence, expertise and winning record you want from your law firm. If you own a Ferrari with faulty brakes or another vehicle with dangerous defects, our top product recall lawsuit lawyers will demand justice for you. Call 866-934-9059 now to take the first step in your recovery and speak to a lawyer today.

How Recalls Happen

We all know that there are a ton of parts on a car. About 30,000, to be exact. All of those parts have one goal in common: to get you where you need to be, as comfortably, efficiently, and–most importantly–safely as possible.

As you might expect, with that many parts, something is bound to go wrong at some point. Often, that can mean that someone could get hurt, so it is in everyone’s best interest to get the problem solved as quickly as possible.

So, how do recalls happen?

There are two main ways that recalls are triggered. The first, is that the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) fields enough complaints on a specific issue that they decide that the manufacturer must act.

The second way is when a manufacturer decides, on their own, to act. Often, this is a direct result of legal action, such as our current class action suit against Ferrari.

How do I know if my car has a safety recall?

Chances are, it does. Recalls are routine, and are designed to make sure your car stays as safe as possible, long after it leaves the factory. In fact, in 2020, 886 safety recalls were issued by the NHTSA.

It’s actually really simple to find out if your car has an active recall on it. All you have to do is go to, and enter in your Vehicle Identification Number (VIN), which can be found on the dashboard or door of your car. It will tell you if there are any active recalls, and what they are for.

If your car has a recall on it, don’t panic. Contact your local dealer, and they will schedule a repair appointment, usually at no cost to you!

What should I do if a part fails on my car, and causes an accident?

If a motor vehicle accident is caused by a faulty part, the manufacturer may be liable for damages, even if a recall was issued. We hope this never happens to you, but if it does, we suggest following the same advice we’d give to anyone in a car crash:

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