Strict liability law recognizes that there are certain cases where danger is inherent, and the plaintiff need not prove direct fault or negligence on behalf of the defendant in order to win their settlement.
Both workers’ compensation and personal injury lawsuits can provide compensation to an injured person. The main differences between these types of claims are the fault requirements and the available damages.
Context is key in a personal injury case. When evaluating whether another party is to blame for your injury, one of the most important factors is the environmental conditions that existed at the time and place the injury occurred.