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Which of the following is not a common law defense to negligence?




a. Elements of ordinary negligence not proven


b. Contributory negligence


c. Waivers


d. Primary assumption of risk


e. Secondary assumption of risk

c. Waivers

You run a youth basketball camp and one of your campers who is 16 years old sustains a serious injury as a result of your negligence. The age of majority in the state is 18. How long could the injured party wait before the statue of limitations starts?




a. Have to file the suit immediately


b. 2 years


c. 1 year


d. 4 years


e. None of the above

b. 2 years

In some states charitable immunity laws protect charities from suit. What premises have to exist for a charity to be immune from suit?




a. Benefit the public


b. Money donated for other purposes


c. Recipient accepts the risks of negligence


d. No respondeat superior


e. All of the above

e. All of the above

According to Texas Good Samaritan laws which of the following are exemptions to its protections, in other words the laws will not protect you.




a. Someone in expectation of payment


b. Someone seeking business


c. Someone who regularly administers care


d. Person who caused the accident


e. All of the above

e. All of the above


You knowingly and voluntarily participate in an activity in which a known risk has been created by the defendant. What type of risk is this called?




a. Primary assumption of risk


b. Secondary assumption of risk


c. Informed consent


d. Stupid


e. Ultra vires act

b. Secondary assumption of risk