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Crashworthiness Doctrine. Products liability. The principle that the manufacturer of a product will be held strictly liable for injuries occurring in a collision, even if the collision results from an independent cause, to the extent that a defect in the product causes injuries above and beyond those that would have occurred in the collision itself. Definition courtesy of Black’s Law Dictionary (8th ed. 2004). [drc]

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