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  • Nicholas Trauma Case Paper

    that a jury would find Mr. Piazzi guilty of negligent entrustment of the personal watercrafts that he allowed Mr. Lommatzsch and Nicholas to operate at the time of the occurrence. Further, the evidence clearly supports the finding that Mr. Lommatzsch negligently operated his PWC at the time and that his 300 pound PWC not only struck the PWC that Nicholas was riding, but rode over the top of Nicholas’ PWC and struck him directly in his chest. The severe impact caused Nicholas to lose consciousness and knocked him face down in the water. Further, the impact resulted in Nicholas sustaining numerous severe fractured bones and significant lacerations. As such, we have no doubt that a jury will find both your insureds liable for Nicholas’ injuries and the resulting substantial damages that he sustained as a result of their negligence. On the date of August 14, 2015, Nicholas and Mr. Lommatzsch were guests of Mr. Piazzi at his lake house on Pioneer Lake in Conover Township, Wisconsin. Nicholas and Mr. Lommatzsch assisted Mr. Piazzi and his son, Brian, with yard work around the house. At approximately 2:45 that afternoon, Nicholas, Brian, Mr. Lommatzsch, and another friend, Quinn Conley , borrowed Mr. Piazzi’s personal watercrafts with his permission. Specifically, Nicholas and Mr. Lommatzsch borrowed Mr. Piazzi’s Kawasaki 750 Jet Skis. According to information obtained from Kawasaki, this model of personal watercraft has a “dry weight” of 328.5 pounds. As you may be…

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  • Child Development Observations

    course, we learned very well the five areas of development and how crucial they are within a child’s life. By knowing the five areas of development, it has helped me observe the children at the party and apply my knowledge and really see it in action. Crafts engage multiple brain areas simultaneously and improve bilateral coordination between both sides of the brain, leading to future cognitive development. Within our craft, there were many materials that required kids to use both their hands to…

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  • Analysis Of J Square Crafts

    J Square Crafts is a business that provides a variety of crafts, which are all handmade. The variety of crafts ranges from handmade baskets to holiday crafts to special ordered wastebaskets, even homemade soaps. J Square Crafts opened its doors in 1995, by a mother and daughter team in the state of Virginia. The variety of crafts are produced from the family home and delivered based on the customer 's needs. July of 2014, there was a total of 1,500 customers and by June 2016, customers had…

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  • Exemplification Essay: For All Ages

    Hitler was so eager to destroy - do more than just send flames through their land, but through their culture, too. Arts and crafts has always been a major part of culture in any country. It was Hitler’s craftiness - stemming from his youth spent creating art - in politics that earned him presidency, and later, dictatorship. Arts and crafts can apply to all stages in life with the ability to help relax oneself…

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  • What Is The Implication Of Micromanaging

    As part of my responsibility as a show producer, I have to delegate one of my assistant producers the task of crafting accurate notes for the host. Once my producing team was assembled, I called a meeting to explain the how the notes should be for both hosts by explaining the format, while handing out templates of notes that were used from the previous seasons of the show. The individual, who I will call Leigha, volunteered to construct the notes for the host(s) on the first taping day.…

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  • Sergio Moirano: A Short Story

    This is his story. “When we boarded we knew that something was up, but we hadn’t encountered anything yet. When we got to the shores we began unloading and got stuck so we had to embark. That was as far as we could be taken so we got off. We were 275 yards from the beach. I had to swim and get to shore. Someone was yelling on shore and he wanted ropes taken out and hooked on the landing craft. I saw guys coming in on the ropes. Later i wondered how many men couldn’t swim. Some got hit and many…

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  • Hobby Lobby Case Study

    Hobby Lobby is a chain retail store privately owned by the Green family and is known for its craft and arts supplies as well as candles, flowers, and home décor. Hobby Lobby offers over 70,000 products in over 600 stores nationwide, and is also known for its strong Christian ethics management policy. There is a growing arts and craft market in the U.S. and Hobby Lobby is growing with it. Hobby Lobby contends with several competitors such as Michaels, Hancock Fabrics, Old Time Pottery, A.C. Moore…

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  • The Memory Game

    would get in the water with me and this helped bring me closer to my parents while learning how to swim which is important to infants in Australia. Bike rides to the park: 2-3 Times a week mum, dad, nan, pop or all would take me to the park where i learned to ride a bike. Riding a bike gives the skill ‘balance’ an extra workout. Playgroup with cousins: Mum would take me to play group at a local church where other children my age would play and learn. I would often go with cousins to keep me…

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  • Technology In The Military Research Paper

    It could be argued that technological progression drives development of new doctrine and practices for amphibious operations. The complexity and demand for the integration and co-operation of military personnel, logistics and fire support encourages implementing new concepts for amphibious operations. Further to this, the technology available will directly impact how any amphibious operations would be undertaken and drive the change in the doctrine and the forces that deploy. States spend money…

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  • William Morris And William Bradley

    Different movements The Arts and Craft Movement inspired William Morris and Will Bradley, both, which was a social movement of modern art. It started during the late 1800 in Britain and the style was known as the Mission in the USA, the movement use to challenge the perception of the Victorian era. During this time period England was known to be the most industrialized countries on the planet. The unknown brought anxiety to the people about the industrial life, it was a negative hit for the…

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