Mgmt Final Q2 - 0631870 Section D 2) Courts of this nation...

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0631870 – Section D 2) Courts of this nation should not adhere to the view that a person has the right to expect that no product will cause physical harm to the user of the product when it is used as it is intended. First of all, it is impossible to produce a commodity that is risk free and secondly, manufacturers produce defective products from time to time. There is no reasonable way that a consumer can expect that a product, or any in that matter, will not cause any injury to the consumer. Only in an ideal world would there be products that would be perfectly safe to the user when used intentionally. But that is not how life works. Life is full of risks. There are a billion ways of something going completely wrong. But we as individuals take the chance of a product to work, some higher than others, as intended to outweigh the possibility of it malfunctioning. Although there is a chance of a mechanism to fail, there is and always will be a possibility of an event going absolutely wrong and unfortunately
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course MGMT 200 taught by Professor Gautschi during the Winter '07 term at University of Washington.

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Mgmt Final Q2 - 0631870 Section D 2) Courts of this nation...

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