A lawyer with a pending lawsuit against Toyota Motor Sales USA Inc. filed a new suit in light of the carmaker’s recent recall of 2.3 million vehicles due to sticking accelerator pedals.

“What we have is a fleet of automobiles that accelerate when people don’t intend them to,” said Michael Kelly, managing partner of Los Angeles-based Kirtland & Packard, who filed a class action on Jan. 22 against Toyota on behalf of its customers.

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