The manner in which Ford dealt with my family is quite embarrassing for their brand.— Kaveen Jimmy
Their report that the fire started in the boot is the biggest load of rubbish!— Kaveen Jimmy
We have video footage of the fire starting in the front of the car; then it spread to the back.— Kaveen Jimmy
The family of Reshall Jimmy – the man who burnt to death in his Ford Kuga in 2015 - will bring a class-action lawsuit against the car manufacturer.
Ford, however, claims there’s been no injuries, and that the 2015 case involving Jimmy was unique and unrelated.
Kaveen Jimmy - Reshall Jimmy's brother - says he has evidence that the fire started in the front of the vehicle.
John Maytham interviewed Kaveen.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for more quotes from it).
We gave Ford space to do an investigation and to contact our family.— Kaveen Jimmy
We were desperately looking for closure.— Kaveen Jimmy
Ford’s intentions were in no way sincere.— Kaveen Jimmy
This article first appeared on CapeTalk : Brother of man who died in Kuga opens up on air, discusses lawsuit against Ford