Buckle Up: Seat Belt Evidence Now Admissible
An Ounce of Prevention Is Worth a Pound of Damages
In 'Nabor Well Services v. Romero' in 2015, the Texas Supreme Court upended more than 40 years of precedent when it allowed evidence of a plaintiff's nonuse of seat belts to reduce a plaintiff's recovery in a car crash case.
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