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Kessler Topaz Meltzer & Check, LLP is Investigating Potential Claims Against BMW 
 

Kessler Topaz Meltzer & Check, LLP (“Kessler Topaz”) is investigating a potential class action lawsuit against BMW of North America (“BMW”).  Specifically, Kessler Topaz is investigating potential claims concerning a safety defect regarding BMW’s improper placement of vital electrical components, which were housed in non-water resistant materials, in the lowest part of the affected vehicles, including in the spare tire well under the trunk in certain vehicles.  

Find out more by contacting our law firm by emailing info@ktmc.com or by filling out the consultation request form on this page.  

The investigation focuses on whether the safety defect caused the electrical components to be susceptible to water damage during normal and ordinary use, which, in turn, caused the affected vehicles to experience electrical malfunction, become inoperable, and pose a serious safety risk. 

The safety defect affects the following BMW 5 series E60 (sedan) and E61 (touring) vehicles:

·         BMW 520i available in sedan (2003-2005)
·         BMW 523i available in sedan and touring (2004-2010)
·         BMW 525i available in sedan and touring (2004-2010)
·         BMW 525d available in sedan and touring (2004-2010)
·         BMW 525xi (AWD) available in sedan and touring (2004-2010)
·         BMW 528i available in sedan and touring (2004-2010)
·         BMW 530i available in sedan and touring (2004-2010)
·         BMW 530d available in sedan and touring (2004-2010)
·         BMW 530xi (AWD) available in sedan and touring (2004-2010)
·         BMW 535d available in sedan and touring (2004-2010)
·         BMW 540i available in sedan (2004-2010)
·         BMW 545i available in sedan and touring (2004-2010)
·         BMW 550i available in sedan and touring (2004-2010)

Kessler Topaz is investigating potential class action claims on behalf of owners or lessees of the affected BMW vehicles.

If you purchased or currently own or lease one of the affected vehicles, and would like to learn more about our investigation, please fill out our online form, or contact us today at 888-299-7706 or by email at info@ktmc.com.