Products Liability Case Brief: Deloach v. Whitney, South Carolina


Today's Case Brief is Deloach v. Whitney, 274 S.C. 543, 273 S.E.2d 768 (1981). It stands for the principle that South Carolina's strict liability statute does not extend to negligent installation of a non-defective product. It also illustrates the importance of carefully considering the legal theory you use for a case.

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