Prior to the 1935 Case of “McPhearson v. Buick Motors

| March 14, 2016

Question
Prior to the 1935 Case of “McPhearson v. Buick Motors”, manufacturers had little or no liability exposure for malfunctions of their products that lead to injuries or death to individuals from said product failure. What was the specific problem associated with this new Buick Automobile, and what two alternative legal claims did Buick Motors direct Mr. MacPhearson to pursue as opposed to his claim against them? What specific legal liability regarding manufactured products developed from this case, and what is its lasting effect in today’s world of consumer products?

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