When Strict Liability Can Be Applied to a Personal Injury Case

In New Jersey, there are many laws in place which govern how a person can be held accountable for the harm of another. The obvious laws that come to mind are those that prevent murder or assault. But in most of these cases, it is easy to determine fault because one person intentionally caused harm to another. In other cases, though, it is not so clear, which is how the concept of strict liability developed. Continue reading “When Strict Liability Can Be Applied to a Personal Injury Case”