Crash Worthiness Doctrine: H.B. 1153 (2011)
Repeals the state’s antiquated crashworthiness doctrines in cases brought against
Repeals the state’s antiquated crashworthiness doctrines in cases brought against automobile manufacturers for vehicle malfunctions when there is an accident. Under the new law, juries will have all the facts and can apportion responsibility, upon a finding of liability.
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This op-ed was originally published by Real Clear Policy. Historically, courts have respected the view that filing for bankruptcy is a well-recognized way for a business to respond when the […]