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Tag Archives: Clinton Products Liability Lawyer

FBI, NHTSA Warn Car Owners Over the Dangers of “Vehicle Hacking”

By John Willis |

Car accidents frequently occur due to defects in the design or manufacturing of a vehicle. While such product liability claims are usually associated with physical issues, such as a bad tire or an improperly designed braking system, anyone who has purchased a car within the past few years must also be aware of potential… Read More »

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Tennessee Judge Says Contractor Not Liable for Defect in Army Helicopter

By John Willis |

Product liability is usually associated with events like car accidents, where a defect in the manufacturer’s design either causes or aggravates a victim’s injuries. But what about cases where a person is injured while operating a vehicle designed and manufactured for the government? A recent decision by a federal judge in Tennessee addressed such… Read More »

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Preserving Evidence in a Product Liability Case

By John Willis |

Many car accidents are the result of defects in the manufacturing of a vehicle or one of its components, such as a tire. Tennessee law allows a victim to sue the manufacturer—and in some cases, the seller—of a defective product. But it is essential to follow the law in bringing a product liability claim,… Read More »

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Volvo Faces Trial in Nashville Over Defective Wiring in Truck

By Brad Burnette |

Defective products cause thousands of injuries to consumers every year. Product liability is an especially serious concern when dealing with motor vehicles, as even small defects can lead to car accidents. While manufacturers attempt to correct defects through the government-supervised recall system, that is often not sufficient to prevent potentially deadly accidents. Recall Not… Read More »

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