liability without fault

Definition of "liability without fault"
  1. A principle in law where responsibility is assigned regardless of a person demonstrating negligence or intention to harm
How to use "liability without fault" in a sentence
  1. In the event of an accident, the ride-sharing company may face liability without fault.
  2. The product manufacturer was held to liability without fault when the product caused an injury even though it was not defective.
  3. In certain situations, the law imposes liability without fault to provide compensation to victims.

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