Chrysler defies request for recall of Jeep Grand Cherokees
A car in flames, with children unable to get out, is not an image designed to sell automobiles. But the traditional press, online media, and television networks have all been burning that picture into consumers’ minds today. Most, if not all, media sources expressed shock at the flagrant refusal of Chrysler to recall cars that, without question, burn people to death.
I considered listing some media headlines in this blog post, to show how widely Chrysler is being viewed. But if you’ll run a Google News search for “jeep nhtsa recall,” you’ll find at least 39,800 articles covering the story. Give it a try by clicking on this Google News Search link.
When people are killed or injured by callous, greedy corporations, it makes my blood boil. I’ve partnered with two great litigation firms to sue Chrysler if we’re contacted by people who have been injured or lost a loved one in a Jeep exploding gas tank crash. Please contact us by using the Contact Form in the right margin of this blog, and we’ll do everything within our power to help you achieve justice.
Even if you aren’t looking for a lawyer, please contact us if you’ve been injured or lost a loved one in a Jeep Grand Cherokee that was hit in the rear, and the gas tanks exploded. We want to make sure the case is reported to NHTSA to support its recall efforts.
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