The Yamaha Rhino is a high-performance riding toy that has been a huge seller for years, and as a result, it has seen a number of injuries that are related to riding or playing on the toys. There are a number of things that can lead to an injury from these rhinos, but the most common injury that people have sustained is due to the rollover. The following is all about the lawsuit that was filed against the company that makes this toy, and how it has handled this accident.
First off, many children have fallen off of these types of toys because they do not have the proper safety features.
One of the main issues with these toys is that they have a very soft, plush interior that can be easily turned inside out in order to have a firm grip on the flat surfaces of the toy. This means that while they are riding on these types of products, they can be more susceptible to being spun over, since the sides of the toy are not firm enough to prevent their bodies from getting out of control. This is why a number of parents have filed lawsuits against the company for not including more safety features on their toys in order to prevent these types of accidents.
The manufacturer was able to avoid a lot of lawsuits due to one of their safety features.
These are called the Softie interlocking tabs. These are used on a number of different atv parts including the tires and the frame. What happens is that the kids will put the tab between the tire and the frame in order to secure the whole thing in place. Unfortunately, because this feature did not have any effect on the accidents that were caused by the rhinoceros, the company was still able to get sued. Despite the fact that the accident was completely unnecessary, the company was still found guilty and had to pay out settlements to a number of children who were injured during their riding time with the atv toy.
In addition to the above mentioned injuries, there are also reports of a number of children who suffered severe burns after being involved in an ATV crash.
In many of these cases, the reason why the child would suffer severe burns is because they tripped over a loose piece of metal instead of wearing the proper safety harnesses. In the majority of cases, the atv was used by unlicensed drivers who did not have the knowledge to wear the proper harnesses for their toy. As a result, many of these children ended up suffering severe burns on their bodies after being crushed by the toy. There is no question that the design defects were inexcusable, but in this case, the court found that the manufacturer did not know the proper safety measures that should have been taken before allowing the unlicensed driver to drive his ATV.
Another area where this ATV safety feature fails is in how it should have been able to detect if someone was walking under the ATV when it rolled over them.
The rollover was considered a fatal event in which the rider would suffer serious injuries. The ATV did not have the required side-view mirrors to detect if someone was walking underneath. Without these mirrors, the ATV was not able to detect if someone was walking underneath, resulting in fatal injuries. This should have been a design defect.
Finally, there were numerous stories of individuals who drove their ATVs recklessly and ran into large groups of people, injuring numerous individuals along the way.
Because the ATV was not equipped with seat belts, these drivers did not have any way to properly restrain themselves in case they experienced a side-on collision. Had this ATV safety feature was included in the product design, this accident would not have occurred, and would never have resulted in the six fatal injuries. While we understand that it is difficult to think about a design flaw that could have prevented these six fatalities, it is important to remember that this was not a product designed to be safe.