Friday, March 23, 2012
CAMACHO V. HONDA MOTOR CO. case brief
CAMACHO V. HONDA MOTOR CO.
• motorcycle rider gets legs hurt in accident, sues Honda for design defect: not having state of the art leg gurards
• trial court granted Honda summary judgment, appeals court affirmed
• Colorado supreme ct. reversed and remanded.
• Honda’s defense that motorcycles are inherently dangerous, and thus they should be exempt from liability under the crashworthiness doctrine.
• it is not unreasonable for the consumer to expect a product to be as safe as the state of the art.
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