Jaime Jackson Law recently settled an automotive products liability case against a vehicle manufacturer for failing to equip the vehicle with a lane keeping system.
Jaime Jackson recently settled an automotive products liability case against a vehicle manufacturer. Our clients were the parents whose son died in a vehicle fuel-fed fire following a collision.
In this case, the vehicle exited its travel lane and left the roadway for unknown reasons. The vehicle collided with a drainage ditch which caused it to flip over and catch fire. Tragically, the driver could not get out of the vehicle and died in the fire.
Read how an unsafe airbag and seatbelt system failed to protect the driver in a crash she should have walked away from. Our client was properly wearing her seatbelt and driving on a rural York County road when another vehicle struck her car head on. She was left a quadriplegic.
This case involved a vehicle seat back collapse and the defective design of a driver’s seating system. The vehicle was rear ended and the driver, who was wearing his seatbelt, was projected into the rear seat when his seat back collapsed rearward. We claimed the design of the seating system was too weak.