'Highly Reckless' Conduct Ruled as Defense in Products Liability Case
The state Supreme Court has ruled that "highly reckless" conduct is an affirmative defense in products liability cases, requiring defendants to show that a plaintiff's highly reckless conduct was the sole or superseding cause of the plaintiff's injuries.
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