Lieff Cabraser represents drivers and passengers in Chrysler vehicle headrest injury lawsuits relating to allegedly defective Active Head Restraint (AHR) systems in Dodge, Jeep Grand Cherokee, and other Chrysler vehicles. The headrests are intended to move forward in the event of a crash to prevent whiplash-type injuries. The headrests, however, have been reported to unexpectedly deploy even when the car is not involved in an accident, presenting a serious risk of driver distraction and potential head and neck injuries.
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If you, a family member, or someone you know have experienced a sudden and improper Chrysler vehicle headrest deployment, we urge you to contact us today for a free, no-obligation consultation about your experience and potential claims.
The impacted vehicles include:
2010-2018 Dodge Journey
2010-2011 Dodge Nitro
2010-2012 Jeep Liberty
2010-2017 Jeep Patriot or Compass
2010-2012 Dodge Caliber
2010-2018 Dodge Caravan
2011-2018 Dodge Durango
2011-2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee
The first lawsuit relating to the Chrysler headrest injuries, Alger v. FCA US LLC f/k/a Chrysler Group LLC, Case No. 2:18-cv-00360, was certified as a class action in federal court in the Eastern District of California on February 18, 2020.