Published: 01 January 1977
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Throughout the modern day evolution of product liability law, one rule has remained constant–in order for a plaintiff to make a product liability claim successfully, three things usually must be proven: • there was a fault, • the damages were incurred by the plaintiff, and • the damages were the direct result of the fault.