The retrial over the death of the Missouri Highway Patrol trooper that was killed in an accident is set to reconvene today in St. Louis.
According to the lawsuit, the plaintiff stated that Ford Motor Co. is to blame for a design flaw in a Crown Victoria that caused the death of the patrol trooper. The incident occurred in 2003 when the trooper was pulled over on the side of the road while writing a ticket for another driver and his car was struck by another vehicle.
The lawsuit states that the motor company knew of this design flaw that caused the vehicle to burst in flames. Representation for the Ford Motor Co. say that no vehicle could withstand the collision that occurred.
If you or a loved one has been injured as a result of a vehicle defect, you need representation on your side that may be able to help you receive the compensation you deserve. Contact the St. Louis defective vehicle lawyers of the Finney Law Firm by calling 314-646-0300 today and discussing your case.