Jeep Cherokees pose post-crash fire hazard

The combination of a rear-mounted fuel tank exposed to a defectively designed, after-market trailer hitch contributed to the death of 32-year old Erica Scannavino. Scannavino burned alive in July 2017 after a rear-end crash left her trapped in her burning 1996 Jeep Cherokee. Beasley Allen lawyer, Chris Glover, is handling the case on behalf of Scannavino’s family. He describes the problem to WSB-TV in Atlanta, and explains the defendants’ efforts to hide the problem from consumers.

Chris Glover
Chris Glover

Chris wrote the book on 18 wheeler wreck cases and works in our office in Atlanta.


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