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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Branham v. Ford Motor Co.

... This is a direct appeal in a product liability case tried to a jury in Hampton County. The jury awarded the plaintiff $16,000,000 in actual damages and $15,000,000 in punitive damages. ... I. This product liability action involves a 1987 Ford Bronco II 4×2, manufactured in 1986. ...

Sapp v. Ford Motor Co.

... We disagree. The economic loss rule is a creation of the modern law of products liability. Under the rule, there is no tort liability for a product defect if the damage suffered by the plaintiff is only to the product itself. Kennedy v. Columbia Lumber & Mfg. ...

Watson v. Ford Motor Co.

... 262 SC 386, 391-92, 204 SE2d 732 (1974) ("negligence may be proved by circumstantial evidence as well as direct evidence"); Restatement (Third) of Torts: Product Liability § 3 Comment c (1998) ("No requirement that plaintiff prove what aspect of the product was defective. ...