Anvik Products Liability Lawyer, Alaska

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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Burnett v. Covell

... under strict products liability. We have held that "[t]he focus in a strict product liability case is on the product, not on the conduct of the defendant," [15] but two of the DSW factors specifically consider the defendant's conduct. [16]. ...

Jones v. BOWIE INDUSTRIES, INC.

... The legislative history also fails to provide evidence that the legislature meant the "defective product" exception to be limited to strict products liability causes of action. ... 2003) (noting that legislature defined product liability claim to include all claims caused by defective products). ...

Sawyer v. State

... [7] See Walden v. State Dep't of Transp., 27 P.3d 297, 303 (Alaska 2001) (evidence of prior or subsequent accidents is admissible in product liability litigation so long as the incident took place under substantially similar circumstances). [8] See Thorne v. Dep't of Pub. ...