Yes, as previously mentioned, you may be able to bring a claim under the basis of “strict liability” or “intentional wrongdoing.”
Strict liability refers to the responsibility of product designers, manufacturers, and distributors to create, produce, and sell products that are reasonably safe for consumer use. As such, these entities are strictly liable when their products are defective and/or unreasonably dangerous. In most product liability cases, the plaintiff (injured party) does not have to show that the liable designer, manufacturer, or distributor was negligent; rather, the plaintiff only needs to prove that the product was unreasonably unsafe for normal consumer use.
Intentional wrongdoing is a somewhat rarer basis for personal injury claims. Under this basis, you must show that someone’s intentional actions caused you harm, bodily injury, and/or other damages. For example, if you are assaulted, you may be able to pursue financial compensation for your medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other losses. This action is separate and distinct from any criminal proceedings.