There are some occasions when the law regarding school negligence and defective products can intersect, or collide. In some cases, like a news story out of India earlier this week, that combination is tragic.
Apparently, the lunch meal served by an Indian school was not only contaminated, but the cooking oil used to prepare the lunch had toxic insecticides that resulted in the deaths of 25 children, and left another 20 of these young children in critical condition.
True, we here in the U.S. are no strangers to contaminated foods (for more information on this topic, see "3 Avoidable Mistakes That Can Destroy Your Food Poisoning Lawsuit"; but toxic levels of insecticide - and to school children no less?
That's taking it to an entirely different level.
Heads should - no, must - roll for this.