This case involves an alleged defect in the design of the ball joint on a car, which initiated a lawsuit against the automobile company under state-level Lemon manufacturing laws. The Plaintiff, a thirty-two-year-old man, was a rear passenger in a car along with a friend. Before the accident happened, the car was traveling at seventy-miles-per-hour in the inside passing lane on the highway. The driver of the car heard a loud “pop” from the front of the car and then he lost control of the vehicle. The driver tried to pump the brakes and tried to steer left and right to regain control of the car, but he was unable to do so. The driver heard another loud “pop” come from the rear of the car and then the car veered into the median where it rolled over four times. The plaintiff and his friend who were in the back seat were ejected from the car. The plaintiff sustained a significant head injury that left him with significant cognitive deficits and partial paralysis. The plaintiff was left totally disabled for the rest of his life because of the accident.