$3 Million Jury Verdict Overturned; No Duty to Warn of Danger

In products liability cases, a duty to warn arises when a product is defective or unreasonably dangerous. What happens when a jury finds that the maker of a product had a duty to warn others about danger but the jury can’t agree on whether the product was actually defective or unreasonably dangerous?  The resulting Tennessee Court of … Continue reading $3 Million Jury Verdict Overturned; No Duty to Warn of Danger