Texas Appeals Court: Polaris Not Responsible For Injuries From Stunt

Texas Appeals Court: Polaris Not Responsible For Injuries From Stunt

FORT WORTH, Texas - The Second District Texas Court of Appeals on March 29 affirmed summary judgment for an all-terrain vehicle (ATV) manufacturer named as a defendant in a personal injury action, concluding that the company could not have predicted that the plaintiff would be injured while attempting to perform a dangerous stunt (Robert Nicholas Donahue v. Polaris Industries Inc., et al. No. 02-11-00279-CV, Texas App., 2nd Dist.; 2012 Tex. App. LEXIS 2532).

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