Ray Hauser Track Record
Sporting Goods Testimony

 

Case

Akerland v. Kneissl Ski Fabrik, Denver, CO Dist 79CV8400

Attorney

David M. Sherman (retired) of Sherman & Sherman, 633 17th St. Denver, CO, 80203, home tel 303-489-1100, fax 303-388-2516

Representing

Plaintiff

Testimony

Report - Inadequate bond between top glass fabric and foam core, and improper location of base glass fabric were responsible for delamination and injury.

Outcome

Settlement.

 

Case

McCamley v. Raichle, El Paso Cty, CO, 89CV3804 div 10

Attorney

Glenn Pressman of Melat, Pressman, Ezelll & Higbie, 711 S. Tejon St., Colorado Springs, CO, 80903, tel 719-475-0304, fax 719-475-0242

Representing

Plaintiff

Testimony

Report and Depositions - Defective design and contaminated plastic were cause of fracture in the latch of a plastic ski boot. These failed in the first use of new boots, caused fall and injury to adult skier. Scanning electron microscope showed presence of contamination.

Outcome

Settlement.

 

Case

Custer v. Rossingol, case 96-03590-NP, Kent Cty Michigan Circuit Court

Attorney

Wm. F. Mills of Gruel, Mills, Nims & Pylam, 500 Monroe Place #700 West, Grand Rapids, MI, 49503, tel 616-235-5500, fax 616-235-5550

Representing

Plaintiff

Testimony

Report and Deposition - Broken ski showed evidence of glass fiber that was insufficiently wetted by the polyester resin, causing delamination, fall and injury to young skier.

Outcome

Settlement.

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