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Subsequent Remedial Measures

Subsequent Remedial Measures

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Actions taken after an incident that would have prevented the incident or made it less likely to occur. Examples include making repairs, adding warnings, or correcting a product defect. Subsequent remedial measures are typically not admissible to prove fault, negligence, product defects, or inadequate warning.

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