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How Tort Liability Handle Fire Hazards

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In relation to fire hazards, individuals are held liable depending upon whether or not they started the fire or even if products were flammable to begin with and lacked the adequate warning to inform the consumer of such a vital piece of information. If, products are at the center of such a liability attached to them as fire hazards, the following must exist: there must be proof that they posed danger as being "highly or unusually flammable," this defect caused the harm from the fire, and this same defect was present at the time of the original sale as well. Acknowledging rights attached to cases concerning animal liability and fire hazards is important to the safety of everyone.

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