According to Florida law, and standard jury instruction 403.8, in order to prevail on a strict liability claim for failure to warn, a jury must determine a product is defective because “the foreseeable risks of harm from the product could have been reduced or avoided by providing reasonable instructions or warnings, and the failure to provide those instructions or warnings makes the product unreasonably dangerous.”
See: 403.8 Strict Liability Failure to Warn
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