PARK TO REVERSE VEHICLE DEFECT

PARK TO REVERSE VEHICLE DEFECT LAWSUITS

 

FIRST PARK-TO-REVERSE CASE AGAINST CHRYSLER IN 25 YEARS TO MAKE IT TO TRIAL

In 2007, Scott Nealey took Mraz v. DaimlerChrysler to trial in a case that involved the death of a Los Angeles dockworker killed by a park-to-reverse defect in a Dodge Dakota.  A jury in Los Angeles Superior Court returned a verdict of $54.2 million, including $50 million in punitive damages, while on appeal the case was eventually resolved for $24 million.  California Lawyer called the Mraz victory against DaimlerChrysler, “one of the year’s largest personal injury verdicts,” and noted “this was the first park-to-reverse case against Chrysler in 25 years to make it to trial.”

 

Mr. Nealey was also the lead trial lawyer in a subsequent trial against Chrysler that resulted in a $7.2 million verdict in St. Bernard Parish, Louisiana, and has prepared for trial, and resolved, a number of additional automobile and other product defect matters.

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Nealey Law is a trial-focused law firm litigating complex class actions and personal injury cases nationwide.   We are based in San Francisco, and Scott P. Nealey is licensed in California, but work nationally, usually in conjunction with other law firms and lawyers.  We represent clients in individual, group, and class action lawsuits in federal and state courts.

 

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