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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). For example, in the workplace, an employer can suffer insults or reputation loss in cases of low quality work resulting from the inefficiency, or wrong doings of an employee. Negligent Tort refers to the circumstances where an individual is held liable, under law in the case of duty of care to another individual (Hernandez, 2010). This means that, law administrators will hold that person carrying the duty of care, and who is responsible for any harm or damage, or where any…

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    Intentional Tort

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    knowledgeable of laws that pertain to the business as well as the effects they may have. The incident that occurred at Springfield Arms Apartments brings about queries on where the accountability lies, with the owner or the trespasser. The responsibility is weighted legally as damages incurred. However this matter is handled by the owner reflects the kind of business ethics Springfield Arms Apartments is overseen by. By understanding the torts and ethics can shed some light on the aftermath. On…

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    Negligent Tort

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    This type of tort, for many circumstances will be the most common type of tort. Negligent torts are the most prevalent type of tort (Laws Staff, 2015). These actions or torts are not planned or intentional, but can still cause damages. For this particular subject, these doings harm the productivity of the organization and its reputation. These types of actions are a failure by the employee to understand their duties. Even more, for many occasions or occupational settings, negligent actions will…

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    Tort Of Negligence

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    I am writing to discuss the liability requirements in the tort of negligence, regarding the case of Mrs. Smith being severely injured by Mr. John Sherwood, when, due to his negligence he crashed into Mrs. Smith’s car causing her to break her back and be hospitalized, which resulted in her missing work till this day. The events occurred on the 12/12/12 at around 5.40pm. In the English law, negligence is the most accessed tort as well as important. The word tort is French and which is translated…

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    Tort Essay

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    Defination The law of tort is defined as a body of rights, obligations and remedies that is applied by courts in civil proceedings to provide relief for individuals or victims (claimant or plaintiff) who have suffered harm from the wrongful acts of others (defendant). Parties which can acquire an action the law of tort Any individual can sue utilizing the law of tort. There is the potential for kids, kids who are conceived with handicaps because of mischief perpetrated preceding conception and…

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    Intentional Torts

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    Chapter thirteen outlines negligence and intentional torts. Negligence is and unintentional tort. There are two types of negligence cases, which are contributory negligence and comparative negligence. Contributory negligence is if the plaintiff was at any fault, one cannot sue. Comparative negligence is compared contribution to the crime. Intentional torts are when an individual purposely commits a wrong act. Negligence is the failure to exercise reasonable care, resulting in harm done to an…

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    Tort There are three pillars of tort liability, namely: 1. wrong (tort) 2. Damage 3.alaqh causality between fault and damage. First: the wrong (tort) Is a breach of an obligation, and consists Altgosaira error of two elements: Second, damage It is harm to the person aggrieved than necessary financially compensated or morally because it touches such a right or legitimate for other interest, whether right or interest to life or the right to safety somatic, or not to touch the emotions,…

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    What Is Tort Law?

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    According to (Arthur & David, 2014) tort law is described as "a collection of principles describing the legal system 's civil (noncriminal) response to injuries one person inflicts on the other". This view is share by Linda et al (2012) who define a tort as "A civil wrong for which the victim receives a remedy in the form of damages". With these facts stated, I think that it can be said that tort law is the body of laws regarding civil wrongs that cause harm to another person because of…

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    The United States legal system protects business owners and employees from being affected by constant moving of technology that is upgrading all the time in the world. There are laws set in place to protect business' and other people from being liable for an incident that may have happened under the supervision of one person. Torts are wrong doings that are committed by one person or party against another. Torts are extremely important to know about in business, especially if one wants to be…

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    Torts are recognized as civil and criminal wrongdoings by law and grounds for a lawsuit. The injured party who suffered damages may attempt to recover costs from pain and suffering, medical expenses, and personal earnings. In tort law there are four elements in order to claim damages. These elements are duty, breach of duty, causation, and damages. The three main types of torts are negligence, strict liability, and intentional torts. In this paper we will discuss torts of negligence. When going…

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