Langdon & Emison attorneys have the knowledge, experience, skills, and resources to bring the makers of defective seats to justice.
Bruce v. Ford (Seat Back Failure), Confidential Settlement. Donna Bruce was driving a Ford Explorer when a Jeep Cherokee struck her after the Cherokees driver had fallen asleep. During the collision, Donnas seat back failed and she was thrown into the back seat where she struck her son, Nathan Bruce. Nathan suffered severe injuries, including brain injury. This case resulted in a confidential settlement.
Grant v. Toyota (Seat Back Failure), Confidential Settlement. Plaintiff was involved in a very low impact rear collision (where both cars were able to drive off the scene) that involved a seat back failure. The client developed a subdural hematoma and died. This case resulted in a confidential settlement.
Williams v. Ford (Restraint System / Seat Design), Confidential Settlement. A young man fell asleep in his car, lost control and went off the road. He bottomed out in his seat, allowing his shoulder belt to come up around his neck. He was rendered a quadriplegic as a result of this accident. This case resulted in a confidential settlement.