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    medical negligence lead to claims. This is because, if a pharmacist negligently dispenses the wrong drug, the drug may already have broken down and excreted from the body before any test can be performed to determine the cause of the negligence. However, this should not be taken as a sign to permit the pharmacists to perform mistakes while doing their jobs. Professional negligence can lead not only to huge insurance claims and disciplinary actions from the Pharmacy Board, but gross negligence…

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    or on purpose, and it happened by accident on the occupier’s land of Blizzard Resorts; Katharine would have to establish the right to recover compensation for the tort of occupier’s liability from Blizzard Resorts Inc. To prove the elements of a negligence action in this case, she must prove that Blizzard Resorts Inc. owed her duty of care, breached the required standard of care, and caused suffered injury or damage. Blizzard Resorts Inc. owed…

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    debris hit Homer, causing serious injuries’. As you can see from this Homer was a primary victim of psychiatric injury as he was directly involved and at danger when the fryer exploded. As a primary victim, Homer can recover under the normal rules of negligence as seen below. Homer only needs to establish that physical harm was foreseeable to be successful in a claim against the defendant. In the question it states that Homer was the victim of serious injury’s which would mean this would be…

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    “Negligence is the omission to do something, which a reasonable man, guided upon those considerations, which ordinarily regulate the conduct of human affairs, would do, or do something, which a prudent and reasonable man would not do”, Blyth v Birmingham Waterworks Co(1856). The tort of negligent misstatement is ‘inaccurate statement made honestly but carelessly usually in the form of advice given by a party with special skill/knowledge to a party that doesn’t possess this skill or knowledge"…

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    depending on whether or not the court renders judgment in Cody’s favour. In addition Stark could call for a new trial under the premise that the previous court had erred in its decision. Negligent Conduct Another major issue in this case is based on negligence. Stark argues that Ford was negligent in foreseeing the use of the seat belt. Ford claims that even though there were adequate warnings, Stark’s parents put her in the seat belt incorrectly. Stark will…

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    The duty of care in respect of psychiatric illness is subject to special restrictions and requirements for all types of duty of care in respect to psychiatric illness to arise, the psychiatric illness must be a recognised psychiatric illness (RPI), but not free-standing mental injuries such as grief, distress, anxiety or shock. In the case of the Carly if her mental condition is proved on the grounds of the medical evidence then she will be the primary victim of the dangerous situation created…

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    The New South Wales Court of Appeal decision in Minister Administering the Environmental and Planning Assessment Act 1979 v San Sebastian [1983] 2 NSWLR 268 portrays significant development in law regarding the negligence liability of public authorities in Australia. The case concerns the liability for economic losses experienced by numerous investors following the abandonment of a plan for the redevelopment of the Woolloomooloo in Sydney in 1972. Four of five judges of this case were in…

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    Veterinary Malpractice

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    A. A Court Will Likely Find A Reasonably Close Causal Connection Between Dr. Hou’s Conduct And Actual Injury Sustained By Ms. Perez’s Mare Because The Mare Experienced The Same Severe Reaction It Had Experienced The Previous Time It Was Administered That Brand Of Vaccine, Requiring The Mare To Be Treated For Several Months Costing Approximately $50,000 A cause of action for veterinary malpractice must prove not only that the defendant breached their duty by violating the standard of care, but…

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    Essay On Tort Law

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    Negligence is conduct by an individual that drops below a reasonable standard of care and causes harm to another person. An individual has a duty to act reasonably when interacting with others. When that individual fails to act reasonably and thereby causes…

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    McKichan v. St. Louis Hockey Club, L.P was a 1998 personal injury case that made its way up to the Missouri Court of Appeals. The incident in question occurred on December 15, 1990 during a minor league hockey game between the Peoria Rivermen and the Milwaukee Admirals in Peoria, Illinois. The Peoria Rivermen is a subsidiary club of the defendant. The injury in question occurred during the third period of said hockey game when the plaintiff, who at the time was a goaltender for the Admirals, was…

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