Definitions for "Strict Liability"
Keywords:  negligent, rea, fault, liable, omission
Liability even when there is no proof of negligence. Most often, this is applicable in product liability cases against manufacturers. The manufacturers may be legally responsible for injuries caused by defects in their products even if the products were not produced negligently.
This is a liability for which the client need not prove a breach of duty owed. It is a liability imposed by law, where the defendant will be considered liable even when he has exercised reasonable care.
liability without a showing of negligence
Refers to the direct responsibility for damages resulting from a deliberate action which is potentially hazardous.
Automatic responsibility for damages due to ownership or use of equipment, materials or possessions which are inherently dangerous.