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  1. Ford Corporate News
    Ford, after being ordered to pay a baseball player's estate $131 million, settled a lawsuit over the Explorer rollover death before punitive damages could be considered in the trial. Ford settled the case over the death of the former New York Mets minor league baseball player on confidential...
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    A jury has ordered that Ford pay $131 million for a 2001 rollover accident that claimed the life of Mets prospect Brian Cole. Ford Motor Company - Ford - New York Mets - Rollover - Punitive damages [url=http://feeds.leftlanenews.com/click.phdo?i=10a7c4a9799cdbf691c8e9eac1b1533d]More...
  3. Ford Brand News - Global
    Filed under: SUV, Government/Legal, Safety, Ford Ford's second-generation Explorer has just cost the company $131 million. Despite the popularity of the seminal SUV, it's had more than its fair share of legal scrapes regarding its rollover resistance. And while the Explorer/Firestone tire...
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    Filed under: SUV, Government/Legal, Safety, Ford In 2001, Jesse Branhalm III was a 12-year-old in the back seat of a 1987 Ford Bronco II. When the Bronco's driver turned around to either look at or argue with the kids in the back seat, she nearly ran off the road. After making a quick steering...
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    Consumer Reports puts Lexus GX on "Do Not Buy" list due to rollover fears Consumer Reports has officially given the Lexus GX the automotive equivalent of a black eye. The publication has deemed the high-riding luxury SUV a "safety risk" for its likelihood to go shiny side down during...
  6. Ford Corporate News
    Ford Motor Co. agreed today to settle a series of class-action lawsuits filed by customers who claim its Explorer sport utility vehicles were prone to rollover accidents. The deal, which applies to about 1 million people in four states, settles all of the outstanding lawsuits stemming from the...
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    WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court ordered a state appeals court Monday to review a decision giving $82.6 million to a woman who was paralyzed after her Ford Explorer rolled over. The justices want a California appeals court to determine if its ruling is in line with the Supreme Court decision...
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