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    use the tort of negligence to prove that the defendants were at fault for the accident, and that the defendants owe them the damages to cover the costs of repair and reconstruction of their properties. All three defendants can be held liable under the tort of negligence. To prove negligence the four requirements of duty of care, standard of care, damages to the plaintiff, and the causation of damage need to be present. In the situation with SaskEnergy, the tort of negligence applies…

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    Negligence is something that can never be erased, it is rather everlasting, but not in the fairytale way. Therefore, it is something not worth showing off. It is rather something that creates who someone is. They can either choose whether to feel down about it or whether to use it as motivation for what can come out of it. It is better to use it to help look at the bright side. Undoubtedly, negligence comes in many forms that is based on the amount of mistreating. Yes, Jeannette’s parents…

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    Negligence occurs if someone fails to take reasonable care to prevent loss, damage or injury to others whom they could reasonably have foreseen might be injured if that care was not taken. When accidents happen those usually involved want to believe that a negligence action has occurred and that it was due to the fault of someone else instead of believing it to be accidental. Negligence is a part of tort law, which consists of three essentials that need to be proven by the plaintiff in order to…

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    Rule of Law: People who suffer from liability due to the negligence from the other people can sue/claim damages. Facts: Donald Pifer (P) a neighbor of Sue Muse (D) saw flames coming from her house. Pifer went to investigate Muse property and thought he saw a body lying on a bed. Pifer decided to enter the window to assume he is rescuing a person. However, Pifer was struck by a bullet and was seriously injured. Pifer brought a suit against Muse seeking to recover damages for personal…

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    occurred (Learnscape). In other words, the breach is so obvious that there is an assumption of the breach of duty and the plaintiff does not need to provide extensive evidence, of the breach. And, the negligence speaks for itself (Duhaime). Jeff Passamore, legal counsel…

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    Todd v. Alan Negligence Action – a negligence action involves a duty, breach, cause-in-fact, proximate cause and damages. At issue in the Todd v. Alan action is what duty is owed to Todd. Typically, friends invited to stay at one’s house are considered licensees. If Todd was a licensee, Alan was required to warn Todd of all known dangers, including the rotted railing. As Alan did not warn Todd about the railing, he would be viewed as breaching his duty to Todd. However, the facts also…

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    one of those responsibilities, and someone property suffers injury, it is considered a negligence can be a surgeon who misdiagnosis a patient and performs an unnecessary surgery. An example of interference with a contract can be a scam artist who set up fraudulent property rental business to get money from people to run out abandoned houses. In all, there are three types of torts which are intentional, negligence and strict liability. The two other types of torts that business may be liable for…

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    Woody and Smiley may sue Vicaria for negligence. In order to prove negligence, Woody must show duty, a breach of duty, causation, a proximate cause of harm, and actual harm. We would prove Vicaria had a duty of reasonable care to Woody and Smiley because of the special relationship between a pilot and a passenger. Vicaria’s agreement to fly Woody and Smiley proves the existence of a special relationship needed to establish a duty of reasonable care. We would establish a breach of duty by…

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    Negligence of a Bus driver On a wonderful morning of 16th of may 2015, Mrs. Harjeet Kaur (60 years) (fictitious) left her home to take a bus from her nearby Bus stop and wait there till the bus arrived along with some other passengers. Mr. Jack (fictitious) was driving the bus, he was a little late from time so seemed to be in hurry. When he saw Mrs. Harjeet Kaur and her fellow passengers standing on the bus stop, he stopped the bus for them. Because the driver was in hurry, he did not see…

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    and she successfully sued the manufacturer. After this case there was a series of inaccurate conclusions arising in courts and because of this the three stage test was established to further the criteria and accuracy of law regarding tort and negligence. In the three stage test for a duty of care to be imposed on someone their must be; A) Reasonable foresight means that the defendants acts or omissions will injure/cause harm to the claimant and was defined in the case of Kent v griffiths, in…

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