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Case Summary: Defective Products / Products Liability / All Terrain Vehicle Case

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A thirty-year-old roofing contractor, operating an all terrain vehicle, slowing turned to exit the driveway of a park. The ATV tipped over during the turn, throwing the operator to the pavement and causing him to suffer from serious injuries to his knee. We retained the services of the mechanical engineer who had designed NASA’S lunar roving module to inspect the client’s ATV; the engineer determined that the ATV was defectively designed because its transmission lacked a feature which was necessary for vehicle to safely make turns without tipping over. Mr. Peters sued the manufacturer of the ATV, and obtained a significant settlement for our client.

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