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Defective stitching on bridle leads to equestrian's fall, disabling injuries

The plaintiff sued the bridle’s manufacturer, alleging strict liability and breach of implied warranty. She claimed that the interlocking stitching method used was inadequate. The jury awarded $4.85 million, of which the defendant is responsible for $1.94 million. Preiser v. Choice Brands Equestrian, Inc.

 

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