Jeep SUV’s Recalled Due to Defects

If you are one of an estimated 5 million owners of a Jeep Cherokee or a Jeep Liberty during the nineties, you might be in danger and eligible for legal compensation.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has widened its investigation into a design defect of several Jeep SUV’s. The gas tank in these popular vehicles were located behind the rear axle. In rear-end collisions, the axle would often rupture the tank, resulting in fatal fires and explosions.

The models affected by this defect are as follows:

Jeep Grand Cherokee: 1993 – 2004
Jeep Cherokee: 1993 – 2001
Jeep Liberty: 2002 – 2007

Chrysler redesigned most of their Jeep lines in 2005, and has been resistant to recalling affected vehicles prior to that time.

The St. Louis product liability attorneys of the Zevan and Davidson Law Firm represent victims in St. Louis, Missouri and Illinois who have been hurt by dangerous or defective products. If you feel that you or someone you love has been hurt by a defective product, contact the St. Louis product liability lawyers at Zevan and Davidson Law Firm today. Schedule a free consultation by calling (314) 588-7200.


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