Nevada Jury Instructions: Unreasonably Dangerous; Definition


A product is unreasonably dangerous if it failed to perform in the manner reasonably to be expected in light of its nature and intended function, and was more dangerous than would be contemplated by the ordinary user having the ordinary knowledge available in the community.

NEV. J.I. 7.06



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