Assessing Rear Crashworthiness Cases

About this webinar

When a car is not made to protect its occupants during a rear-end crash, the automaker may be subject to crashworthiness lawsuits.
Crashworthy vehicles are expected to keep passengers sufficiently restrained and prevent harm from outside objects intruding into the vehicle. They are also required to reduce the risk of injuries from the vehicle being crushed or collapsing, defective parts within the vehicle and fires caused by the fuel system.
These cases are complex, time-consuming and often require costly resources.
How do you know if a rear crashworthiness case is viable? How can you determine if the damages can exceed the cost of litigation?
Join Beasley Allen Atlanta office Managing Attorney Chris Glover as he provides insight into these cases. He will explain the science behind rear crashworthiness and the manufacturers’ duty to protect occupants from injury or death during a rear-end crash.

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