Tag Archives: Tire Tread Separation

Discovery Sharing By Plaintiff’s Lawyers (Or, The Dog Ate Goodyear’s Homework)

[Update, August 26, 2013: After some further bickering and litigation in the Haeger case, the Court granted the plaintiff's motion for attorney's fees, then ordered "judgment in favor Plaintiffs and against Graeme Hancock in the amount of $548,240.23 and against Basil J. Musnuff and the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co. in the amount of $2,192,960.93."]   Over at Safety Research, Sean Kane details a recent order from the federal court in Arizona entering sanctions against Goodyear and its lawyers for concealing testing data in a tire failure case. As every product liability lawyer knows well, the concealment of evidence by ... Continue Reading

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Old Tires and 15-Passenger Vans, Still The NHTSA’s Shame

Once you've been a trial lawyer for long enough, there are some consumer products you just don't look at the same anymore, because you've heard about them too many times from other trial lawyers or because you've sat across a conference table from someone telling you about the worst thing that ever happened to their family. ATVs cause a death or two every day. Gas cans without a flame arrestor or a spill-proof lid severely burn a child under six years old every day or two. Trampolines send 275 kids and teenagers to the emergency room with serious injuries every day. ... Continue Reading

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