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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Patch v. Hillerich & Bradsby Co.

... Justice JIM RICE, concurring. ¶ 44 I concur with the Court's determination under Issue 1 that Patches stated a legally valid claim. H & B argues that § 27-1-719, MCA, limits product liability claims to "users and consumers" of the product, and does not extend to bystanders. ...

Malcolm v. Evenflo Company, Inc.

... 32 Strict liability recognizes that the seller is in the best position to insure product safety. Sternhagen v. Dow Co., 282 Mont. ... See ¶¶ 37-39. ¶ 53 Montana law generally allows evidence of similar incidents in product liability cases when the dispute involves similar products. ...

Goles v. Neumann

... at 290, 435 P.2d at 273. ¶ 23 I do not agree, however, that the instruction should never be given. Courts have used the language of Instruction No. 9 numerous times in connection with product liability claims sounding in negligence. Dean v. Gen. Motors Corp., 301 F.Supp. ...