Thus the issue facing the court was whether California's concept of strict liability necessarily requires a showing that the defective, injury causing product was also unreasonably dangerous." They held that it does not. In arriving at this decision the court relied heavily on the language used in its landmark decision in Greenman v. Yuba Power Products, Inc.
Schultz, Stanley M.
"Products Liability - Strict Liability in Tort - Measure of Proof: Defectiveness of Product - Unreasonably Dangerous Test Abandoned: Cronin v. J.B.E. Olson Corp.,"
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