This case involves a young boy who was seriously injured while playing on his school’s playground in Florida. A few days prior to the incident in question, the boy’s school had completed the construction on a new playground, which contained several pieces of equipment that had been newly designed and released by the manufacturer. The equipment contained supposedly decorative arches that were not supposed to be climbed on. Nevertheless, the boy was able to climb to the top of one of these arches, at which point he fell nearly 10 feet to the ground. The boy had to be hospitalized for an extended period of time, and suffered a traumatic brain injury which resulted in behavioral changes and negatively impacted his performance in school.