Dallas Law Firm Taking Jeep Cherokee and Liberty Fuel Tank Defect Cases

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Grossman Law Offices to start taking Jeep cases after federal government reports 51 fatalities from two Jeep models.

If federal reports are correct that these SUVs were designed in such a way that they led to these 51, and perhaps other, fatalities, the victims' families deserve to find out exactly what happened.

With growing concern that several models of Jeep SUVs have design defects that have led to fatalities, the auto defect law firm Grossman Law Offices announced that it had begun taking Jeep cases.

The firm, with decades of products liability and auto defect experience, plans to put its resources into representing victims of allegedly defectively designed Jeeps. According to a June 3, 2013 report from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's Office of Defect Investigation (ODI), "ODI’s tentative assessment is that there have been at least 32 fatal rear impact fire crashes involving Grand Cherokees resulting in 44 deaths. ODI’s has identified at least 5 fatal rear impact crashes involving the Liberty that have resulted in 7 deaths."

Grossman Law Offices litigator Keith Purdue stated, "If federal reports are correct that these SUVs were designed in such a way that they led to these 51, and perhaps other, fatalities, the victims' families deserve to find out exactly what happened. Filing lawsuits on their behalf will allow us to do just that."

Purdue also stated that lawsuits could also potentially return compensation for victims. "Our firm has the resources to go the distance against manufacturers who hurt our clients. We can seek wrongful death damages for what our clients have lost."

For more information on wrongful death cases, how they work, and what to expect, visit http://www.injuryrelief.com/jeep-gas-tank-lawsuit

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