Wrongful death — Product liability — Asbestos — Trial court did not err in denying defendant’s motion for judgment as matter of law on issue of causation — Evidence — Trial court abused discretion by excluding from evidence affidavits signed by decedent shortly before his death in support of his claims of exposure to asbestos-containing products manufactured or distributed by non-party entities — Error was not harmless — Jury instructions — Learned intermediary defense to failure to warn claim — Trial court erred in failing to include in instruction on learned intermediary defense language indicating that defendant’s duty to warn was fulfilled or discharged if it reasonably relied on an intermediary manufacturer — Court did not err in including non-party company on verdict form as Fabre defendant
45 Fla. L. Weekly D444a
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