... it wouldn't make any difference:
But as court records and testimony have shown, the power tool companies have rejected the safety advance for another reason: They are worried that if a new way to prevent severe injuries became widespread, they would face a wave of liability suits for accidents involving conventional saws.This story is about the SawStop brand of table saws; you know, the ones that won't cut into a hot dog. But it goes to the way this country now thinks about anything that even a little bit dangerous.
In a just world, people would be held accountable for their decisions, and the fact that only one company makes a 'safe' table saw would have no bearing on those who bought 'unsafe' saws.
Alas, that's not the world we live in ...