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Quadriplegic Crash Victim Awarded $37 Million Over Poorly Designed Honda Seat Belts
Quadriplegic Crash Victim Awarded $37 Million Over Poorly Designed Honda Seat Belts

In February, a Dallas jury awarded $37 million to a woman who sued Honda after being paralyzed in a major auto accident. The lawsuit alleged the seat belts in the Honda vehicle were poorly designed. The verdict stems from a 2015 car accident in which the victim, then a ...

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