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AZ COURT OF APPEALS RULES SEAT BELT DEFENSE IMPROPERLY BARRED Garcia v. General Motors Corp.

18 No. 15 ANAUTOLR 8Andrews Automotive Litigation Reporter (Approx. 2 pages)

AZ COURT OF APPEALS RULES SEAT BELT DEFENSE IMPROPERLY BARRED Garcia v. General Motors Corp.

18 No. 15 ANAUTOLR 8Andrews Automotive Litigation Reporter (Approx. 2 pages)

18 No. 15 Andrews Automotive Litig. Rep. 8
Andrews Automotive Litigation Reporter
June 1, 1999
Seat Belt Defense
Copyright (c) 1999 Andrews Publications

AZ COURT OF APPEALS RULES SEAT BELT DEFENSE IMPROPERLY BARRED

Garcia v. General Motors Corp.

The Arizona Court of Appeals has overturned a verdict holding General Motors Corp. liable in a product liability suit involving an allegedly defective van, ruling that the automaker should have been allowed to offer a seat belt non-use defense. ...
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