Racing Plaintiff Finishes With Nothing

The plaintiff in this case alleged that his car’s engine failed because it was defective and that Bill Weiler’s client, which had manufactured the car, had failed to repair it. Mr. Weiler was able to show that the damage to the engine was caused by the plaintiff’s abuse of the vehicle, in particular, the fact that he was racing it. Although the plaintiff tried to deny ever racing the car, Mr. Weiler was able to locate enough evidence to convince the jury that the plaintiff was doing so.