Defective low-beam headlights on the 2013 – 2015 Nissan Altima pose a serious safety risk, particularly as the headlamp components get older. Caddell & Chapman is investigating potential class action litigation against Nissan because of the unsafe Altima headlights system for the 2013, 2014, and 2015 model years.
Customer complaints to the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) repeatedly show that there are problems with the Altima headlamps, and these problems get worse as the vehicle ages. The dim lighting system creates a risk to Altima drivers, who cannot see a safe distance ahead. The defective headlights may be inadequate to meet state and federal safety regulations.
On behalf of Altima owners, Caddell & Chapman is investigating how Nissan has withheld information the headlamp problem and failed to disclose information about the defect to Altima buyers. Additionally, the law firm is looking into Nissan’s failure or refusal to make timely and adequate warranty repairs of owners’ headlamps and its refusal to issue a service bulletin or recall to remedy the problem.
If you or someone you know owns a 2013 – 2015 Nissan Altima with unsafe low-beam headlights, please contact us.