“Maine Supreme Judicial Court approves verdict for Sanford widow”
Journal Tribune, Biddeford, Maine
SANFORD – The widow of a Sanford man who died when he was pinned by a forklift in 2003 said she’s relieved that Maine’s highest court has found that equipment companies have a duty to inform those who buy their products of hazards, even if the equipment was purchased through a third party.
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