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Helen Jones
Executive Vice President 

In a recently settled case against Chrysler Group, a document that Chrysler produced just before trial could lead to hundreds of other new or resurgent claims. The settled case involved a 2003 Dodge Durango which overturned, causing serious injuries to the occupants after the roof caved. The document revealed many of the safety standards that Chrysler used in manufacturing their vehicles, which disputed their defense against the claim greatly. The lawyer for the plaintiff in the settled case stated that this document should have been produced by Chrysler in hundreds of previous claims. This leads many to believe that the surfacing of this document is likely to reopen many former claims, and lead to the emergence of new ones.

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