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The deceased passenger’s parents sued the SUV’s manufacturer, alleging that the front passenger seat was defective in that it could be reclined 80 degrees. The plaintiffs contended that reclining a seat more than 45 degrees renders the seat restraint ineffective because it changes the geometry of the lap belt and essentially removes the seat back as a restraint. Goodner v. Hyundai Motor Co.
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