Unavoidable Accidents

The law of negligence makes a defendant not liable for unavoidable or inevitable accident even when he/she has used less than due care.  An unavoidable accident is an incident that was not intended and which, under all the circumstances, could not have been anticipated or avoided by the exercise of reasonable precautions. An unavoidable accident (more…)

Product Liability and Failure to Warn

The failure of a manufacturer or seller to warn as to dangers associated with its products may make them liable for the damages suffered by the intended users of the products.  In American Law, the action for damages for failure to warn is widely recognized. Generally, a manufacturer or seller has a duty to warn (more…)