These are possible theories for products liabilities: (1) strict products liability, (2) negligence, (3) implied warranties, and (4) express warranties.
To prevail on a strict products liability action, a plaintiff must prove the following elements: (1) strict duty owed by a commercial supplier, (2) breach of that duty, (3) actual and proximate cause, (4) damages, and (5) no defenses.
A commercial supplier is a manufacturer or distributor of a product. For example, a manufacturer who manufactured allergy pills, owed a duty to users, consumers, and bystanders. If an injured party was a user of the pills, the manufacturer owed