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Cerrato v. Nutribullet, LLC

United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida
2017 WL 3608266 (2017)


Facts

Phillis Cerrato (plaintiff) was allegedly injured while using the Nutribullet Pro 900, a blender produced by Nutribullet, LLC (defendant). Cerrato brought a products-liability suit against Nutribullet. Among other things, Cerrato alleged that she was unable to untwist the blender’s cup from the base to turn it off. During discovery, Cerrato requested, among other things, (1) “[a]ll accident reports and records relating to any injury allegedly caused by the product,” and (2) “[a]ll consumer complaints of any type relating to the product.” Nutribullet objected to the requests as overbroad and not proportional to the needs of the case. Cerrato filed a motion to compel the production of the information.

Rule of Law

Issue

Holding and Reasoning (Sneed, J.)

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