$14.4 Million Awarded In Car Accident Wrongful Death

$14.4 Million Awarded In Car Accident Wrongful Death

On July 31, 2006, Casey Barber and his wife Melanie were driving on the highway near Page, Arizona. Their Ford E350 Sportsmobile van lost control and rolled over. Both Casey and Melanie were killed in the accident. Upon further investigation, it was found that the cause of the accident was because of the tread separation on the right-rear tire. The Barber’s had three young sons at the time of the accident ages 3,5 and 8. The defendant named in the lawsuit is Mossey Ford. They were accused of improperly fixing the tire in 2005. Along with the monetary recovery in the case, Mossey Ford also agreed to immediately follow industry guidelines for tire repair and implement a consumer safety training program.

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