Iowa Court Affirms $33M Judgment In Cooper Rollover Case

Law360, New York (April 26, 2013, 2:24 PM EDT) -- An Iowa appeals court on Wednesday upheld a $33 million verdict in a case over a deadly rollover accident, finding no fault in the jury's determination that Cooper Tire & Rubber Co. was completely liable for selling tires prone to tread separation.

The Iowa Court of Appeals backed a trial court's finding that Cooper continued to sell defective tires despite being aware of manufacturing flaws that could cause tread separation of the type that sent a commuter van into a roll on an Iowa highway in...
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