Lawsuits filed in California’s state courts against Toyota Motor Corp. over sudden unintended acceleration will be coordinated in a single proceeding, a Los Angeles judge ruled tentatively on Tuesday.

The proceeding was the first to address at least 21 lawsuits filed in California’s state courts over a myriad of claims that include economic losses on behalf of consumers, lemon law violations and damages for those who have been injured or died in a Toyota.

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