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Bravada’s faulty restraint system leads to defective auto lawsuit

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Barbara Owens was involved in a car accident when she was released from her seat and ejected from her vehicle. She has filed a lawsuit against General Motors and Jack Schmitt Oldsmobile-Cadillac. After being thrown from her Oldsmobile during the crash, Owens suffered a great deal of pain, as well as permanent damage to her back, neck, head and body.

Owens claims that she was never informed of Bravada’s dangerous defects. Her seatbelt was defective and released her from the seat in the middle of a rollover situation. She blames GM for the fautly design and the auto dealer for selling her a dangerous vehicle.

Owens is seeking $200,000 in damages for medical expenses, lost earning capacity, disfigurement, pain and suffering, and mental anguish.

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