Strict Liability

Definition of "Strict liability"

Tort liability, which is defined by law, requiring an injured party to prove only that he or she was harmed in a specified way in order to collect damages. For example, the law provides that an employer is responsible if a worker is injured on the job. All the worker must do to collect workers compensation benefits is to prove that the injury took place at work.

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