Boy was using Little Pro Hammer to strike rocks when the hammer chipped, causing a metal fragment from the hammer to became lodged in the boy’s right eye. The boy sustained a traumatic injury to his eye. The hammer was defective as it had a steal hardness level akin to hammers intended for use by adults only, although the name of the hammer rendered its use by children foreseeable. The case settled for $305,000.
Little Pro Hammer
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