SUPREME COURT SAYS SEAT BELT CLAIM AGAINST MAZDA CAN GO FORWARD Williamson v. Mazda Motor Am. | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

SUPREME COURT SAYS SEAT BELT CLAIM AGAINST MAZDA CAN GO FORWARD Williamson v. Mazda Motor Am. | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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Westlaw Journal Product Liability
*1 March 7, 2011
Automotive (Seat Belts)
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SUPREME COURT SAYS SEAT BELT CLAIM AGAINST MAZDA CAN GO FORWARD

Williamson v. Mazda Motor Am.

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The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled 8-0 that claims on the lack of a lap-shoulder belt in the middle rear-seat position of a 1993 Mazda minivan do not conflict with the federal Safety Act.
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