Torts-Strict Liability

Strict liability means that the defendant is liable for his or her conduct in certain instances, even without a showing of actual negligence, if that conduct was a cause of injury to the plaintiff. Strict liability normally only arises in regard to activities that are extremely dangerous. For instance, if you are operating a quarry and in the course of blasting with dynamite you damage the home of one of your neighbors, that neighbor may not have to prove that there was any negligence on your part in the blasting operation, but simply has to prove that the blasting was the cause of damage to his or her home. In that circumstance, the party conducting the blasting may be strictly liable for any damage that results from that dangerous activity.

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