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Dunn v. Yager

... 9. On May 10, 1995, the Physician's Desk Reference ("PDR") product information regarding ... Dunn filed a Complaint in the circuit court against Hyster Company ("Hyster"); NACCO Industries, Incorporated ("NACCO"); [8] Dr. Yager; Dr. Coss; Basel Pharmaceutical ("Basel"); Ciba ...

Hyundai Motor America v. Applewhite

... 1. In this wrongful death, product liability case, the jury awarded the plaintiffs $4.5 million, or $1.5 million for each of three decedents, finding that the automobile at issue was defective in both its design and manufacture. ... (2) Mississippi Product Liability Act. ¶ 25. ...

PINCHERS v. Outlaw

... 16. While this is not a traditional "dog-bite" case, we find it instructive that the supreme court has held that dogs are not dangerous per se. To impose liability on a dog owner for personal injuries caused by the dog, "there [must] be some proof that the animal has exhibited some ...