Category: Jeep Fire


Navigating the complicated landscape of personal injury law can be daunting, especially when you’re dealing with something as serious as a Jeep fire accident. This article aims to clarify the types of damages you could be entitled to if you decide to file a lawsuit due to a


It has happened again. Another person has died by fire as a result of the defective gas tank location on the Jeep Grand Cherokees. On Thursday, August 12, 2021 a Jeep Grand Cherokee exploded after being struck in the rear in Cincinnati, Ohio, and was pronounced dead by


Our firm has handled several cases in which Jeeps caught fire or exploded after being struck in the rear. Typically, our cases have involved Jeep Grand Cherokees, Jeep Cherokees, or Jeep Liberties. Most of these cases are tragic — they involve wrongful death or serious burn injuries from


A Look at the Danger and Trauma Surrounding This Defect & What You Can Do if You’ve Been Affected Explosions upon impact. Fiery flames engulfing vehicles. Injuries sustained. Lives lost. Explosions upon impact. Fiery flames engulfing vehicles. Injuries sustained. Lives lost. These descriptors are things we’d never hope

Last month, the Butler Kahn team successfully fought for—and won—the admission of other similar incident witnesses testimony in Ms. Goodman’s case. Below is a copy of BLF’s successful reply brief.     Plaintiff’s Reply Regarding Plaintiff’s Motion In Limine To Admit Depositions Of Sergio Marchionne and Other Similar


On October 20, 2017, Mrs. Goodman was driving her 2004 Jeep Liberty in her hometown of Hamilton, Ohio. As she came to a stop, a truck driver who was following closely behind Mrs. Goodman’s vehicle rear-ended her. While the impact of the collision caused serious damage to her


When Chrysler sold millions of Jeeps with the gas tanks mounted in the extreme rear of the vehicles, it put its customers and their families at risk. This Pinto-like design is deadly-dangerous because when the Jeeps are struck in the rear, the gas tanks can rupture and the


Jeep Gas Tank Fires: The Defect, The Evidence, & The Lawsuit Filed Our country has rules. It is against the law for one person to walk up to another and kill him in order to take the money out of his wallet. Killing another person for money is

Georgia Supreme Court Affirms Trial Court Judgment in Jeep Fire Lawsuit When Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, the company responsible for the “Jeep” brand, put the gas tanks in certain Jeeps right next to the rear bumper, they knowingly put their own customers and their families at risk. Too many

On March 15, 2018, the Georgia Supreme Court upheld our clients’ victory in Walden v. Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, with 9 of 9 justices voting to affirm. Remington Walden was five years old when he lost his life in the collision that gave rise to this case. If FCA

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