Martin v. Harrington and Richardson Inc.
By United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit
- Release Date - Published: 1984-09-12
- Book Genre: Law
- Author: United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit
Martin v. Harrington and Richardson Inc. United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit read online review & book description:
PELL, Circuit Judge. During January of 1981, Donovan and James Barnes shot and killed Larry Martin and wounded Kenneth Jackson. Plaintiffs seek to recover for the injuries suffered by the two men, but not from the Barnes brothers, who have little or no money. Plaintiffs have instead filed this diversity action against Harrington and Richardson (H & R), the manufacturer of the gun used by the Barnes's, alleging that the gun was an unreasonably dangerous product and that H & R was therefore strictly liable for the damage caused by the weapon. The district court found no support for plaintiffs' theory in Illinois law and dismissed the suit for failure to state a cause of action.
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