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Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance v. Shenzen Anet Technology Co., Ltd.
Citation:2020 WL 7711346 (S.D. Ind. 2020)
The Terrys purchased a 3D Printer on Wal-mart.com. Defendant CNMODLE stored and shipped the product to the Terrys. The order confirmation indicated that the 3D printer was the seller and should be contacted with any questions. A few months after receipt, the 3D printer caught fire and caused significant damage to real and personal property owned by the Terrys. The plaintiff paid the Terrys for their loss and subrogated their rights against the defendants.
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