The Alabama Supreme Court first recognized a cause of action for “crashworthiness” in General Motors Corp. v. Edwards, 482 So.2d 1176 (Ala. 1985). Read more
Lawyers, like those in our firm’s Product Liability Section who handle product liability cases, and specifically cases involving motor vehicles, understand the term “crashworthiness.” It ce... Read more
The handling of product liability lawsuits involving defective automobile design requires a working knowledge of a principle referred to as crashworthiness. Vehicle crashworthiness is the sc... Read more
Lawyers in our firm have handled a number of side impact cases that involved the issue of “crashworthiness.” All of the cases involved either death or severe disabling injuries. According to... Read more
Our firm recently settled another crashworthiness case involving a heavy truck or 18-wheeler cab. In this case, the driver for some unknown reason lost control of his rig and it overt... Read more
A significant practice area for our firm involves automotive product liability claims. We have dedicated significant resources to those cases because of their importance. Many times those c... Read more
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