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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

TRW Vehicle Safety Systems, Inc. v. Moore

... The Indiana Product Liability Act generally imposes strict liability for physical harm caused by a product in an unreasonably dangerous defective condition. ... Where properly presented, such strict liability extends to the manufacturer of a defective component part of a product. ...

Kovach v. Alpharma, Inc.

... In sum, they present us with two claims each under the Uniform Commercial Code and under the Product Liability Act, maintaining that a genuine issue of material fact exist on each assertion. Summary ... A. Product Liability Act. Indiana's ...

Kovach v. Caligor Midwest

... The Kovachs assert four claims against the Cup Defendants, described as strict products liability and negligent products liability under the Indiana Product Liability Act ("PLA"), and breach of implied warranty of merchantability and breach of implied warranty of fitness for a ...