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In order to have a claim against Jeep it would have to be for defective design or defective manufacturing and to prove such a claim this would require an engineer to examine this vehicle and make that determination. It could be just a rare occurrence and neither a defect of design or manufacture, but the only way to know that will be with an expert engineer examining the Jeep. Because there were no injuries and the manufacturer (if there were a defect) is strictly liable only for the damages that occurred, this means it could end up costing you more money for an expert than you could collect for the value of the window, since there are no actual injury claims. Thus, economically it would likely be best to make this as an insurance claim.
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