'Highly Reckless' Conduct Ruled as Defense in Products Liability Case

, The Legal Intelligencer


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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