Opting out of Ford's class action for the Focus and Fiesta allows you to pursue an individual claim for maximum compensation

If you’ve had repeated trouble with the transmission of your 2011-2015 Ford Fiesta or your 2012-2016 Ford Focus, you’ll be pleased to know that there is a class action suit against Ford finally about to settle. However, the preliminary details have been released and it appears that the offer would not—in my opinion—compensate owners adequately for the substantial loss in value of their vehicle due to the faulty transmission.

This class action settlement offers minimal cash compensation for the majority of 2011-2015 Fiesta and 2012-2016 Focus owners. Because of this, we recommend these cases be handled on an individual basis rather than through a class action for maximum recovery.

Opt Out of the Class Action Lawsuit to Pursue a Larger, More Reasonable Compensation Amount

If you do not take any action, you will automatically be made part of the class action settlement and will be bound to its terms and conditions and will not be able to sue in the future. If you have been holding out to decide whether or not to pursue your case, then THE WAIT IS OVER. Time is running out to bring a claim against Ford and obtain a larger, more reasonable amount of compensation that you may deserve.

You Will Never Pay Us For ANY Legal Fees

If you want our help, we will represent you on a contingency basis and will not be paid these fees unless we recover in your case. If no offer is obtained, you decide to end your case, or Ford presents an offer that you do not wish to accept, you are not responsible for anything! Act now to opt out of the class-action lawsuit and take steps to secure a fair and just compensation. The process is simple:

  • Complete the form on this page to download the free opt-out form.
  • Fill out and return the opt-out form to us via email, fax, or mail.
  • We’ll contact you right away with next steps!

About the Consumer Law Group

Over the last thirty years, the primary area of legal practice for Attorney John Gayle and The Consumer Law Group has been Lemon Law, fraudulent contracts and sales, and consumer credit and compliance problems. John co-authored the 1988 and wrote the 1990 and 1998 amendments that essentially re-wrote the Virginia Motor Vehicle Warranty Enforcement Act (Virginia’s Lemon Law). Our firm has helped thousands of consumers throughout Virginia obtain compensation for their defective or fraudulently sold vehicles.