Over past decades nobody of law within the civil justice system has experienced greater ferment than the law of torts. Particularly, the law relating to negligence and strict
liability, as it is an “everyday accident” that courts address. In agreement with received jurisprudential wisdom, the authors maintain that there is no grand theory that will
satisfactorily differentiate or explain the dynamic interactions of change between tort law, negligence and the law relating to strict liability.
From the title, “Understanding Negligence and Strict liability”, the authors attempt to provide a precise and concise appreciation of negligence and the law correlated to strict liability in tort law. There exists a plethora of negligence problems in all jurisdictions, and it is this that the authors try to solve for the readers.