You should call an attorney near where you live who practices in the area of product liability. Whenever a manufacturer puts an unreasonably hazardous product on the market, there is a possible cause of action at the civil law. These can include defects in design or defects in manufacture. The distributors and dealers can also be liable.
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You will need to contact a consumer lawyer. You can also research to see if their are any class actions related to the particular van.Ask a similar question
Call a local consumer lawyer in your city.
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