Please reread the case of Branham v. Ford Motor Co. on Page 302, answer the following questions, and submit to the digital drop box.
Since the injured plaintiff was not wearing a seatbelt, why is Ford being sued for failing to test the seatbelt sleeve?
It is often said that product liability causes of action, especially negligence and strict liability, are coming together or merging. Discuss this idea in light of the South Carolina Supreme Court’s decision.
Is the consumer expectations test or the risk utility test more favorable to manufacturers? Explain.
Can Branham still win this case? Explain.
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