Orlando, Florida Unsafe Seatbelts Attorney

As incredible as it may seem, the very same type of seat belt that has been found responsible for many deaths; is still in many vehicles on the road today.

Chrysler began using the Gen 3 seat belts, short for Generation 3, over 10 years ago. As you can see in the middle photo below, the Gen 3 release button is raised above the cover.

During a wreck, a hand, a bottle of water, an elbow, anything can hit the button and release it. Our highly experienced personal injury attorneys. have represented many clients in an action against the manufacturer of Gen 3 Seatbelts for many years.

Here is a list as of 3/7/03 of Gen 3 belts:

2003

  • Chrysler 300M
  • Chrysler Concorde
  • Chrysler Town & Country (Rear)
  • Chrysler Voyager (Rear)
  • Dodge Caravan (Rear)
  • Dodge Grand Caravan (Rear)
  • Dodge Intrepid
  • Dodge Ram Van or Wagon (Rear)
  • Dodge Viper
  • Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited (Rear)
  • Jeep Wrangler

2000

  • Chrysler 300M
  • Chrysler Concorde
  • Chrysler LHS
  • Chrysler Town & Country
  • Chrysler Voyager
  • Dodge Caravan
  • Dodge Grand Caravan
  • Dodge Intrepid
  • Dodge Ram Van or Wagon
  • Dodge Viper
  • Jeep Cherokee
  • Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo
  • Jeep Wrangler
  • Plymouth Voyager

1997

  • Chrysler Concorde
  • Chrysler LHS
  • Chrysler Town & Country
  • Dodge Caravan
  • Dodge Grand Caravan
  • Dodge Dakota
  • Dodge Intrepid
  • Dodge Ram Van or Wagon
  • Dodge Viper
  • Eagle Vision
  • Jeep Cherokee Jeep Grand Cherokee
  • Jeep Wrangler
  • Plymouth Voyager

1994

  • Chrysler Concorde
  • Chrysler LeBaron
  • Chrysler LHS
  • Chrysler New Yorker
  • Chrysler Town & Country Dodge Caravan
  • Dodge Grand Caravan
  • Dodge Intrepid
  • Dodge Shadow (All except RF shoulder belt)
  • Dodge Spirit Eagle Vision
  • Plymouth Acclaim
  • Plymouth Sundance (All except RF shoulder belt)
  • Plymouth Voyager

2002

  • Chrysler 300M
  • Chrysler Concorde
  • Chrysler Town & Country (Rear)
  • Chrysler Voyager (Rear)
  • Dodge Caravan (Rear)
  • Dodge Grand Caravan (Rear)
  • Dodge Intrepid
  • Dodge Ram Van or Wagon (Rear)
  • Dodge Viper
  • Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited (Rear)
  • Jeep Wrangler

1999

  • Chrysler 300M
  • Chrysler Concorde
  • Chrysler LHS
  • Chrysler Town & Country
  • Dodge Caravan
  • Dodge Grand Caravan
  • Dodge Intrepid
  • Dodge Ram Van or Wagon
  • Dodge Viper
  • Jeep Cherokee
  • Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo
  • Jeep Wrangler
  • Plymouth Voyager

1996

  • Chrysler Concorde
  • Chrysler LHS
  • Chrysler New Yorker
  • Chrysler Town & Country
  • Dodge Caravan Dodge Grand Caravan
  • Dodge Intrepid
  • Dodge Ram Van or Wagon
  • Dodge Viper
  • Eagle Vision
  • Jeep Cherokee
  • Jeep Grand Cherokee
  • Plymouth Voyager

1993

  • Chrysler Concorde
  • Chrysler LeBaron Chrysler New Yorker
  • Chrysler Town & Country
  • Dodge Caravan
  • Dodge Grand Caravan
  • Dodge Intrepid
  • Eagle Vision
  • Plymouth Voyager

2001

  • Chrysler 300M
  • Chrysler Concorde
  • Chrysler LHS
  • Chrysler Town & Country (Rear)
  • Chrysler Voyager (Rear)
  • Dodge Caravan (Rear)
  • Dodge Grand Caravan (Rear)
  • Dodge Intrepid
  • Dodge Ram Van or Wagon (Rear)
  • Dodge Viper
  • Jeep Cherokee
  • Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited
  • Jeep Wrangler

1998

  • Chrysler Concorde
  • Chrysler LHS
  • Chrysler Town & Country
  • Dodge Caravan
  • Dodge Grand Caravan
  • Dodge Dakota
  • Dodge Durango
  • Dodge Intrepid
  • Dodge Ram Van or Wagon
  • Dodge Viper
  • Jeep Cherokee
  • Jeep Grand Cherokee
  • Jeep Wrangler
  • Plymouth Voyager

1995

  • Chrysler Concorde
  • Chrysler LeBaron
  • Chrysler LHS
  • Chrysler New Yorker
  • Chrysler Town & Country
  • Dodge Caravan
  • Dodge Grand Caravan
  • Dodge Intrepid
  • Dodge Ram Pickup Truck
  • Dodge Ram Van or Wagon
  • Dodge Spirit
  • Eagle Vision
  • Jeep Cherokee Jeep Grand Cherokee
  • Plymouth Acclaim
  • Plymouth Voyager

It is important to understand that it is not only seat belts found in DaimlerChrysler vehicles that are known to be defective. Defective seat belts can be found in all types of vehicle manufactured by any automobile manufacturer. Seat belts can inadvertently release, falsely latch and/or partially engage – all of which are dangerous conditions when someone is involved in an accident.

Therefore, you should never assume when you hear that someone has been ejected or partially ejected from a vehicle that they were not wearing their seat belt.


Contact our Unsafe Seatbelts Attorneys

If you believe that you or a loved one has been falsely accused of not being seat belted in an accident, or have been unjured as a result of unsafe seatbelts contact the lawyers at Overchuck & Associate, P.A. for a confidential and realistic assessment of your case. Our unsafe seatbelts attorneys are very experienced and have represented many clients in the past. We can be reached 24 ours a day at 407-872-6222. You may also fill out our online form and someone will get back to you shortly.

Overchuck & Associate, P.A.

1503 West Smith Street
Orlando, FL 32804

Toll Free: 1-888-720-6222
Tel: 407-872-6222
Fax: 407-872-6822



Car Features Sometimes Fail


Dedicated to Serving Those Who Need a Strong Voice

Contact us today for a free evaluation of your case.

Schedule a Consulation Today