In an echo of Toyota Motor Sales v. Reavis, 627 S.W.3d 713 (Tex. App.–Dallas 2021, pet. filed), the Fifth Court found that the plaintiff’s expert testimony in a significant car-accident case was sufficient to create legitimate jury issues on the topics of (1) “human factors” testimony about design defect, (2) a mechanical engineer’s testimony about a safer alternative design, and (3) proximate cause. American Honda Motor Co. v. Milburn, No. 05-19-00850-CV (Nov. 24, 2021) (mem. op.).

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