Ryobi Settles Table Saw Injury Suit For $2M

By Dan Packel (May 22, 2017, 7:08 PM EDT) -- Ryobi Technologies Inc. has reached a $2 million settlement to a Pennsylvania state court lawsuit in which a Philadelphia man alleged he lost a part of a finger and suffered permanent nerve damage to another finger while using a table saw, attorneys for the plaintiff announced Monday.

Attorneys at the Philadelphia firm Messa & Associates said that plaintiff Alex Mai, 19 at the time of the March 2012 incident, was harmed as a result of two defects in the company's BTS-10 table saw. According to court documents, which did not reveal the amount of the settlement, the deal was inked on...

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