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A Korean Seat belt maker has failed in its attempt to get cases moved to a Federal Court about its defective seat belts in a . Alabama’s highest Court denied the motion to dismiss based upon a lack of state jurisdiction of the case. The case centers around a 2004 car accident in which a woman was killed while driving a 1999 KIA automobile. The case will now go back to Mobile, Alabama for resolution in the claims. The company which manufactures the seat belt is named Duck Boo International. Their attempt to get into Federal Court was an obvious attempt to take advantage of all the corporate appointments to the Federal bench, where the corporations know they will always get a free ride if they are sued by someone injured.

For more information on this subject, please refer to the section on Defective and Dangerous Products.

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