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The worker and his wife sued the manufacturer of the machine, alleging it was defectively designed in that it lacked an interlock for the PTO shaft guard. Suit against the company that sold the used machine to the man’s employer alleged it failed to ensure that the guard was included with the machinery when it was resold. The parties settled for $510,000. Gonzalez v. HEMA Techs., S.A.
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