News

Honda Dealt $38M Verdict for Malfunctioning Seat Belt in Texas

Order Reprints

Feb. 15, 2019—Honda was recently hit with a nearly $38 million verdict regarding a shoddy seat belt in Texas, according to a law360.com report.

According to the legal website, a Texas state jury on Wednesday found that a Honda minivan's seat belt system was improperly designed. And, as a result of that allegedly poorly designed seatbelt, the jury ruled that it was a chief reason why a Dallas woman was left paralyzed in a relatively recent rollover crash.

The woman was awarded $37.6 million.

To read the full law360.com report, click here.

 

 

Related Articles

'Who Pays For What?' Survey Reports Low Reimbursement Rates for Seat Belt Inspections

Jury Awards Texas Couple $242M in Toyota Seat Collapse Case

Honda Recalls 5K Cars for Front Seat Frame Replacements

You must login or register in order to post a comment.