Circumstantial Evidence Enough to Argue Product Defect, Judge Says

In a products liability case where the plaintiff is relying on the "malfunction theory," a Pennsylvania federal judge has ruled that the plaintiff’s expert can rely solely on circumstantial evidence and a process of elimination to prove the existence of a defect.

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