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Wednesday, December 13, 2006

Jurors award $15 million in lawsuit against automaker - iht,business,US Ford Verdict - Business - International Herald Tribune: "Jurors award $15 million in lawsuit against automaker
The Associated PressPublished: November 21, 2006

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TULSA, Oklahoma: The parents of a teenager who died in the crash of a 1995 Ford Explorer Sport have won a $15 million (€11.7 million) verdict in their federal lawsuit against the automaker.
A federal jury returned the verdict against Ford Motor Co. Monday in a product-liability lawsuit that claimed the vehicle's roof was not strong enough.
Tyler Moody, 18, was killed Jan. 7, 2003, when he lost control of the sport utility vehicle while he was passing another vehicle in a no- passing zone on a curve, according to a Nov. 14 order by U.S. Chief District Judge Claire Eagan. The SUV left the road and rolled at least 1 1/2 times, coming to rest on its roof."

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