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The plaintiff, who was using a retractable lifeline while installing decking on the steel frame of a building’s second-floor fire escape, suffered a spinal fracture resulting in paraplegia. He alleged that the lifeline’s manufacturer failed to warn that it could fail if struck by a falling object. The jury awarded the plaintiff about $21.13 million. Bacon v. DBI/SALA.
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