HARLEY-DAVIDSON® ANTI-LOCK BRAKING SYSTEMS LAWSUIT
WE REPRESENT HARLEY-DAVIDSON® TOURING MODEL MOTORCYCLE OWNERS
If you own a 2008-2010 Harley-Davidson® Touring or CVO™ Touring motorcycle, including Electra Glide®, Road Glide®, Street Glide®, and Road King® models, you may be entitled to compensation. Contact us and see if you qualify.
Learn more about the Harley-Davidson® Touring model motorcycle defects.
Price Armstrong is representing owners of 2008 through 2010 Harley-Davidson® Touring and CVO™ Touring motorcycles, including Electra Glide®, Road Glide®, Street Glide®, and Road King® models. Those motorcycles contain a defective component – a faulty wheel speed sensor wiring harness – that can fail without warning to the rider, disabling the motorcycle’s anti-lock braking system (ABS), and potentially causing a serious injury or death.
Harley-Davidson® has known that the ABS on its Touring model bikes can fail, perhaps without warning, since 2009. Yet Harley-Davidson® continued to sell Touring model motorcycles with defective ABS through the 2011 model year. To this day, Harley-Davidson® hasn’t issued any public notice, owner communication, warranty modification, buyback program, or recall for the tens of thousands of 2008-2010 model-year Touring and CVO™ Touring model motorcycles, many of which are still on the roads today.
Owners and operators of these defective Harley-Davidson® motorcycles still believe they are riding motorcycles with functioning anti-lock brakes.
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