A Nevada trial court upholds a jury ruling in favor of Volvo Cars of North America Inc. in a case regarding an accident involving an ’86 Volvo 740 GLE sedan, denying a new trial. A Nevada couple claimed the vehicle’s roof was weak and unsafe following a rollover accident on July 6, 1997. One of three passengers in the car sustained fractures leaving him with no movement or feeling below his neck. The other two passengers had no serious injuries. The paralyzed man argued Volvo should have ...

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