Montana Supreme Court: Baseball Bat Manufacturer Had Duty To Warn Of Injury Risk

HELENA, Mont. – The Montana Supreme Court on July 21 upheld an $850,000 award to the parents of a baseball player who died after being struck by a batted ball, concluding that the trial court did not err by allowing failure-to-warn claims to proceed against a baseball bat manufacturer (Debbie Patch, et al. v. Hillerich & Bradsby Co., No. DA 10-0051, Mont. Sup.; 2011 Mont. LEXIS 214).
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