The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has determined that in a strict products liability action for failure to adequately warn of a product's inherent dangers the determination of whether the warning is adequate is a question of law to be made by the trial judge.
Mackowick v Westinghouse Electric Corp., ___ Pa ___, 575 A2d 100 (1990).
Foster A. Stewart Jr.,
Strict Products Liability - Failure to Adequately Warn - Section 402A,
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