UPDATED INFORMATION: April 20, 2016

Three law firms- Humphrey, Farrington & McClain, P.C., The Blanton Law Firm, and Davis George Mook LLC, are prosecuting class action lawsuits in the Circuit Court of Jackson County, Missouri (Missouri owners), and in the Superior Court of Los Angeles, California (California owners), on behalf of owners of 2003 – 2008 Infiniti FX automobiles with dashboards forming bubbles like those pictured above.

Kevin D. Stanley, Michael Blanton, and L. Benjamin Mook went to trial in the Missouri case against Nissan North America in May 2014 and obtained a verdict awarding Missouri class members $2,000 each as a result of the diminished value of their vehicles. The claims process associated with that verdict has closed. Nissan appealed the decision rather than pay the verdict. On March 22, 2016, the Western District of the Missouri Court of Appeals issued an opinion overturning the jury verdict. Plaintiffs have filed a motion asking that the case be transferred to the Missouri Supreme Court. The Missouri Attorney General also filed a motion in the case asking that the case be transferred to the Missouri Supreme Court. We will update with additional information related to the Missouri class action as it becomes available.

The California class action is ongoing and has the potential to impact how Nissan deals with this issue on a nationwide basis. The Texas claims were dismissed by the California Court.

If your vehicle is currently experiencing the problem, or if Infiniti refused to replace your bubbling or cracked dashboard, contact us at the telephone number below or by filling out the email contact form below.

In 2010, Infiniti extended the warranty for the dashboard in these vehicles. If you did not receive notice of the warranty extension, please contact us at the telephone number below or by filling out the email contact form below.

888-353-0491

There is no fee to the client for any initial consultation. All representation in this matter will be on a “no recovery, no fee basis.” Unless there is a recovery on behalf of the class, no attorney fees will be owed.