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Five-year-old Cheyenne Stark was riding in the backseat of her parents' Ford Taurus. Cheyenne was not sitting in a booster seat. Instead she was using a seatbelt designed by Ford, but was wearing

Five-year-old Cheyenne Stark was riding in the backseat of her parents' Ford Taurus. Cheyenne was not sitting in a booster seat. Instead, she was using a seatbelt designed by Ford, but was wearing the shoulder belt behind her back. e car was involved in a collision. As a result, Cheyenne suered a spinal cord injury and was paralyzed from the waist down. e family led a suit against Ford Motor Co., alleging that the seatbelt was defectively designed. Could Ford successfully claim that Cheyenne had misused the seatbelt? Why or why not? [Stark v. Ford Motor Co., 365 N.C. 468, 723 S.E.2d 753 (2012)] (See Defenses to Product Liability.)

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