Judge upholds Ford victory in Ranger rollover suit

Freedman, Eric
November 1999
Automotive News;11/15/1999, Vol. 74 Issue 5848, p21
Trade Publication
Focuses on a United States federal court ruling in favor of Ford Motor Co. in a suit alleging the defective design of a 1991 Ranger 4X2 pickup involved in a rollover. Evidence of driver Sharin Brown's failure to use a seat belt to disprove her product liability and breach of warranty claims; Judge Henry Coke Morgan Jr.'s denial of Brown's request for a new trial.


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