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The Consumer Law Group, P.C.

Important Class Action Settlement & Deadline Information for 2014-2015 Jeep Cherokee, 2015 Renegade, Chrysler 200 & 2015 Promaster Owners

If you have already retained a lawyer, already settled your claim, or no longer own this vehicle, please disregard this letter.

It has come to my attention that you could be the owner of a 2014-2015 Jeep Cherokee, or 2015 Jeep Renegade, or 2015 Chrysler 200, or 2015 ProMaster City, all vehicles manufactured by Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, N.V. (“FCA”). I have concentrated my law practice helping consumers for over 30 years. The sole area of my legal practice has been Lemon Law, breach of warranty, fraudulent contracts and sales, and consumer credit and compliance problems. I also co-authored the Virginia Motor Vehicle Warranty Enforcement Act (Virginia’s Lemon Law). This firm has helped thousands of consumers obtain compensation for their defective or fraudulently sold vehicles.

There has been a major Class Action Settlement affecting your Jeep Cherokee or Jeep Renegade Chrysler 200 or ProMaster City that affects your rights and has a STRICT DEADLINE.

Unfortunately, like many class actions, the Class Settlement offers minimal compensation for many FCA vehicle owners/lessees. (An official website for this Class Action answering common questions will be given to you by postcard from the Court.) After successfully helping hundreds of other owners receive compensation, we believe most people would receive much more by pursuing their case SEPARATELY and NOT taking part in the Class Settlement with your own lawyer. Depending on your vehicle’s documented repair history, this may be the difference between receiving hundreds in the Class Settlement versus thousands of dollars separately and with our assistance. DEADLINE TO OPT-OUT OF THE CLASS SETTLEMENT IS JANUARY 2, 2019.

This firm can only help those consumers who have a well-documented repair history of at least three visits, i.e. three or more repair orders, to an authorized Jeep or Chrysler dealership for transmission issues where the complaint was rough, delayed or sudden shifting; or a grinding noise during shifting; or harsh engagement of gears; or reduced power when vehicle shifts into gear. Often our clients have some visits where the dealership tells them that everything is “normal” or “within spec.” As long as you have enough work orders and repair orders from the dealership, with one or more of the above-mentioned symptoms, we can help.

While this may sound too good to be true, because breach of warranty laws have attorney fee provisions in them: 1) There is nothing you will ever pay us up-front or out of pocket. 2) If for any reason, a settlement is not obtained in the case, you are not responsible to us for anything. 3) If you decide to end your case at any time, you are not responsible to us for anything. 4) If FCA presents an offer that you do not want to accept, you are not responsible to us for anything.

Because the opt-out deadline is January 2nd, 2019, time is of the essence, if your repair history is strong enough for an individual case outside of the class action. If you do not opt-out by this date, you are “bound” to the class action settlement. While you are still eligible for the class action benefits, you will not able to pursue separate/individual warranty claims against Jeep or Chrysler on their vehicle.

If you believe you have sufficient documentation, please call (804) 282-7900 today for a free consultation and review! We want to help you obtain the compensation you deserve!