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Wife was driving car and applied brakes. They didn't work right. Rear ended a car that was stopped at light. Assured me 100% that she was applying brakes and that she wasn't texting or looking at phone. Accident occurred at or around 25 mph into stopped car. Clean hit directly front end to rear end.
Everyone walked away sore but relatively unscathed. Cars left via tow trucks. Next day wife was complaining of spots in eye and dizzy. Went to ER. Nothing. At ER, advises me the car did the same thing the night before but she avoided an accident. Sometimes it worked right, one time it didn't work right. 16.5k damage to car.
2 days after the accident she had a stroke. Doctors say it was because of head whip due to impact. Airbags/seatbelts worked as advertised but the head whipped and cause a dissection of right carotid artery. Cause a clot that was released and created a stroke on right side of brain. Lost all function on left side, could not walk, speech slurred, no movement on left side at all. Been in hospital since Dec 8. Ambulance to ER. Air Ambulance to another hospital. ICU for 2 weeks, rehab hospital for over a month.
Medical bills are through the roof and our lives have completely changed. Luckily my wife lived, but right now she is learning how to do everything all over again. And now Nissan is going to recall because of brakes. Very disappointing!!
Update from Apr 1, 2015: Just an update. Law firm i have retained has had engineer/expert inspect the vehical. Consistent with recall information. Of course Nissan is saying nothing.
Flower Mound, TX, USA