A Wisconsin-based law firm files a nationwide class-action lawsuit against DaimlerChrysler AG on behalf of owners of Dodge Durango SUVs. The suit, launched by Ademi & O’Reilly LLP, alleges that upper ball joints on ’98-’03 model Durangos have an unreasonable propensity to “fail suddenly and violently, or to wear prematurely.” The suit further alleges the part in question has a design defect that impacts all Dodge Durangos sold within the timeframe in question. The U.S. National ...
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