Indiana Not Banning Defective Guardrails

Indiana transportation officials have decided not ban Trinity guardrails despite lawsuits that claim the brand of guardrails are defective. These guardrail lawsuits claim that Trinity covered up a design change that causes undue risk of injury or death. The Federal Highway Administration announced this week that Trinity guardrails will be "re-tested." The Indiana Department of Transportation claims they have not found evidence that these trinity guardrails are in fact defective.

INDOT estimates that there are over 4,000 Trinity Guardrails currently in use in Indiana. 30 other states have restricted the use of Trinity Guardrails in some fashion. Plaintiff claim that a design change is causing cars, drivers and passengers to be impaled. Trinity has stopped selling those guardrails in Oct. 2014. The design change was made reportedly to save 2 bucks per unit on each guardrail unit. Trinity made this design change with out alerting Federal or State highway officials.

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