Fiat Chrysler Accused Of Hiding Jeep Defect That Killed Anton Yelchin | Film News
The death of Anton Yelchin may have been declared an accident, but that doesn’t mean the drama is over. Jeep Grand Cherokee owners filed a law suit against Fiat Chrysler on Thursday (June 23), accusing the car maker of hiding the shifter design defect that has been linked to driverless car roll-away accidents.
The class-action complaint also asserts that the car maker has covered up hundreds of injuries and property damage. The plaintiffs are seeking restitution for the diminished resale value of their cars.
Fiat spokesman Micheal Palese commented that the automaker has not yet been serviced with the lawsuit, refusing to comment before they review the case.
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