We now move on from Negligence to a new tort theory: Strict Liability. Strict Li-
ability is different from Negligence and Intentional Torts, because a plaintiff does
not need not prove unreasonable or intentional conduct to succeed on a claim of
strict liability. Rather, Defendant will be held strictly liable despite the amount of
care exercised in certain situations. Strict liability primarily relates to two categories
of situations: Defendant’s Acts and Strict Liability for Defective Products.