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NATIONWIDE: NTSB Launches Investigation Into 1 Million Dodge Pickup and SUVs after Reports of Rollaway Crashes

“Investigation Ongoing”

NATIONWIDE (December 20, 2016) – The NTSB has launched an investigation after numerous reports surfaced about newer model Dodge pickups and SUVs rolling after being parked, according to a local news source.

So far, 25 reports of incidents have been filed where 2013-2016 Ram pickup trucks, and 2014-2016 Dodge Durango SUVs have rolled after being put into park. 9 cases of injuries have been reported as well. The NTSB is investigating 1 million of the vehicles that have the electronic rotary control that is believed to be at fault.

This investigation is different from the April recall by Fiat Chrysler that covered 1.1 million cars and SUVs for a similar problem. In June, Star Trek actor Anton Yelchin was killed by his recalled 2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee that rolled down his driveway and pinned him against a fence.

If you have suffered an injury as a result of your car rolling after being placed into park, we may be able to help you. Call Lexton Law Firm today for a free consultation.

“Some products are manufactured in a way that makes them inherently unsafe in order to simply save money during the manufacturing process. Shortcuts cannot be made or lives may be put in danger. Consumer Safety should never be optional,” said Personal Injury Attorney .

We from Lexton Law Firm are certain we can win you a settlement. Contact us today at (877) 541-2111 for a free consultation. There is no cost or obligation to our clients until we win your case. Our law firm will get the compensation for all the injuries, losses and pain and suffering you, or your loved one, have had. We will fight for the claim you deserve.

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