What is strict liability?
Strict liability is the body of law that holds individuals or entities responsible for damages their actions or products cause, regardless of culpability, or fault. This usually happens when someone engages in inherently hazardous activities that subsequently injure an innocent party.
For example, when a dangerous product injures a consumer, the company is held liable for this injury, even if nothing negligent or careless was done in the manufacturing of that item. The fact that it is dangerous is enough for liability to be assigned.