Cedar Falls Products Liability Lawyer, Iowa

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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Scott v. Dutton-Lainson Co.

... 5.407. Rule 5.407's carve out for strict liability in tort and breach of warranty claims remains relevant to only one type of product liability claim: a claim based on a manufacturing defect. A product "contains a manufacturing defect ...

Buechel v. Five Star Quality Care, Inc.

... two years of the accrual of the cause of action. The two-year statute of limitations, however, is tolled in product liability cases against a manufacturer upon certification that the manufacturer is unknown. Iowa Code § 613.18(3). ...

Barnhill v. IA. DIST. COURT FOR POLK COUNTY

... In Tomka, this court was simply distinguishing warranty claims, which are based on contract, from product-liability claims, which are based on tort law. Id. It was not creating or implicitly accepting "tort-warranty theories" as Barnhill alleges. ...