Jury awards crash victim $37 million after Honda Odyssey crash

A Texas jury has awarded more than $37 million to a woman who sued Honda after being paralyzed in a 2015 car crash 연결고리 다운로드.

Sarah Milburn sued the automaker over its seatbelt design after her Uber driver ran a red light and the Honda was struck by a pickup truck in Dallas cximage 다운로드.

Milburn’s lawyer argued that the seatbelts in the Honda Odyssey were poorly designed and contributed to her injuries. The crash broke the 27-year-old’s spine, leaving her a quadriplegic Famicom Smurf.

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A Honda spokesman said Friday that the company will appeal Core Sound English Download. Honda had argued it wasn’t liable for Milburn’s injuries because the Odyssey’s seatbelts met federal safety standards.

Milburn’s lawyer argued the seatbelts where Milburn was seated in the minivan had a two-part system that was unfamiliar and difficult to use for many people Download The Alchemist of Steel.

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