AIR BAG FAILURE EVIDENCE IMPROPERLY EXCLUDED, PLAINTIFF TELLS 4TH CIR. Norris v. Ford Motor Co. | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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AIR BAG FAILURE EVIDENCE IMPROPERLY EXCLUDED, PLAINTIFF TELLS 4TH CIR. Norris v. Ford Motor Co.

18 No. 12 ANAUTOLR 4Andrews Automotive Litigation Reporter (Approx. 2 pages)

AIR BAG FAILURE EVIDENCE IMPROPERLY EXCLUDED, PLAINTIFF TELLS 4TH CIR. Norris v. Ford Motor Co.

18 No. 12 ANAUTOLR 4Andrews Automotive Litigation Reporter (Approx. 2 pages)

18 No. 12 Andrews Automotive Litig. Rep. 4
Andrews Automotive Litigation Reporter
April 20, 1999
Air Bags
Copyright (c) 1999 Andrews Publications

AIR BAG FAILURE EVIDENCE IMPROPERLY EXCLUDED, PLAINTIFF TELLS 4TH CIR.

Norris v. Ford Motor Co.

Plaintiff-appellant Julia Norris has argued before the Fourth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals that the failure of an air bag in her 1992 Ford Tempo caused a recurrence of systemic lupus, and that the trial judge erred in excluding the testimony of her...
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