Unreasonably Dangerous Law and Legal Definition

“Unreasonably dangerous is defined as meaning that the product had a propensity for causing physical harm beyond that which would be contemplated by the ordinary user or consumer who purchases it, with the ordinary knowledge common to the foreseeable class of users as to its characteristics.” [Erickson v. Monarch Industries, Inc., 216 Neb. 875 (Neb. 1984)]