A Philadelphia jury has found in favor of equipment manufacturer Stihl in a products liability case filed by a man who claimed he suffered several strokes because a strap from a backpack-mounted leaf blower pinched his carotid artery.
The 12-person jury handed up its verdict Nov. 14, concluding a trial that had started in late October.
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