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Columbus family wins $787-million award after toddler dies in bunk bed | #childsafety | #kids | #chldern | #parents | #schoolsafey

A federal jury in Columbus this week awarded damages of $787 million to the family of a 23-month-old boy who died when he became wedged in a bunk-bed ladder five years ago.

The award against the Vietnamese manufacturer, Moash Enterprise Co. Ltd., may be the largest wrongful death verdict in the state, according to the attorney handling the case. The award was well above the $522 million in damages the family requested, but the family likely will never collect on the award.

“There’s a lot of horrible tragedies in this case,” said Dan Mordarski, the family’s attorney. “There were just a lot of bad things that shouldn’t have happened. The jury recognized that and how we got to where we got to.”


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