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    Negligence Case Study

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    What the case is about The case was a podiatrist Doctor and his patient. He was sued for a malpractice or negligence, and misdiagnosis, the patient claims due to his misdiagnoses and negligence cost the patient permanent disability and needed for further treatment and surgeries. The Doctor denied the negligence claim and said it was caused by someone who the doctor said he had no control over. When he was asked in response to the interrogatories about the identity of those he calls others.…

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    Aldi Store Negligence

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    Commercial law Issue-was the negligence of Aldi store cause of injury to Tamara. Rules-the rule in accordance to the facts is:- Negligence-it is called the inability to take care over something it can also be divided into some further elements. 1-Duty of care-When a person or an organisation owes someone a duty of care is required to maintain a proper care standard while performing the task which could cause harm to others.Violation of this term may result in a liability,as in commercial law…

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    Negligence Research Paper

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    Within today’s society, the tort of negligence has come under the spot light, especially when related to injuries sustained through sport. The reason for this is due to the complex understanding posted by the judicial system, providing a strict guideline as to what is and what is not a negligence action. Negligence is when someone may fail to assert a reasonable degree of care to another to avoid foreseeable harm. A person may be negligent if he or she does not act as a reasonable person who…

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    Negligence Requirements and Potential Defenses to Myra’s Claim Robyn Broadwater Kaplan University October 18, 2016 MEMORANDUM Date: October 18, 2016 To: Candie Cardigan, CEO, CARDWARE Inc. From: Robyn Broadwater Re: Negligence Requirements and Potential Defenses to Myra’s Claim ______________________________________________________________________________ After being assigned to draft a memorandum for your review regarding Myra’s accident. Enclosed below are the four elements regarding…

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    Tort And Negligence Tort

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    Introduction: Tort can be defined as a wrongful action including negligence cases and intentional wrongs which result in harm to another party (Larson, 2003). In a scenario where one party causes harm to the second party, they will have to face losses in compensation for the harm inflicted. Classifications of Tort include intentional, or unintentional negligence. Some examples of intentional torts include fraud, defamation, offense, insult, assault or interference among others (Larson, 2003).…

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    Nursing Negligence Throughout the healthcare system professionals all held liable for their work they perform. Nurses are an essential part to the healthcare system throughout clinics and hospitals around the world. While they are not the head of the healthcare world, nurses receive patients histories, prepare patients for treatments and surgeries as well as care after, nurses help in the initial diagnosis, provide counseling for different medical issues, and so much more. With nurses being…

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    When discussing Negligence, it is imperative that we first explorer the law of Tort. This is a wrongful act whether it was intentional or accidental, leading to one being injured (cited from Law.com). To demonstrate that the defendant has committed an act or omission it may be necessary to prove that both a standard duty of care and damage has resulted in negligent behaviour. A person in a professional occupation such as a chartered surveyor has a higher duty of care because their field of work…

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    Case 5.2: Negligence

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    Case 5.2: Negligence on page 101 Negligence is defined as “failure to exercise the care toward others which a reasonable or prudent person would do in the circumstances, or taking action which such a reasonable person would not.” (Law.com Legal Dictionary, 2017) “Under the doctrine of unintentional tort, commonly referred to as negligence, a person is liable for harm that is the foreseeable consequence of his or her actions.” (Cheeseman, 2013, pp.91) To be a successful case of negligence, it…

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    What Is A Negligence Case

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    Before this case, a contract could not impose limited liability on a stranger. This meant that a third party who suffered loss and damage as a result of a breach of warranty in a contract between two other parties could not sue. For there to be negligence there must be: a duty of care between the parties, a breach of that duty of care, damage which was reasonably foreseeable and a casual link between the breach and the damage. Then in Donoghue v Stevenson , May Donoghue went with a friend to…

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    Two Tests For Negligence

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    the tort of negligence statute, two tests are used to determine a case in the courts. These are the but for and the material causation tests. (Weir, Smyth 2015.) In this essay I will be discussing how to start a negligence case, what are the two tests, the differences between the two tests for negligence, and how and when to use these tests for the laws of negligence with case examples. First, we will start off what is negligence and how to start. To start off, we first ask what negligence is?…

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