Stewart J. Eisenberg represented a 33 year old woman who was involved in a low speed roll over accident. The woman was driving her SUV when she was struck by another motorist causing the vehicle to roll over. Even though she was wearing her seat belt she was ejected from the vehicle when the belt malfunctioned. The woman was driving at a modest speed of 35 mph and the vehicle that hit her had just come from a complete stop, such a low impact shouldn’t have caused the vehicle to roll over. Mr. Eisenberg argued that the auto manufacturer was responsible for the woman’s injuries because the SUV was not crashworthy; it was not designed to protect the driver from such a collision. The manufacturer admits that the SUV had a high propensity to roll over and despite this knowledge did nothing to protect drivers from being injured in a roll over accident. The 33 year old single woman is in chronic, intractable pain from metal rods that had to be inserted in her back to stabilize her spinal cord. She also had to have her kidney removed as a result of the rollover. Mr. Eisenberg recovered $6.5 million for his client.