Download e-book for iPad: McGraw-Hill's Torts for Paralegals by Higher Education McGraw-Hill, Curriculum Technology

By Higher Education McGraw-Hill, Curriculum Technology

ISBN-10: 0073376930

ISBN-13: 9780073376936

Torts for Paralegals explores the wide range of civil wrongs which may damage anyone and the treatments to be had to that injured occasion. using many useful studying instruments, the textual content is a step by step procedure in realizing deepest harms and proving their prima facie parts. The textual content is written in a truly concise and sequential demeanour, starting with intentional torts, carrying on with throughout the steps of negligence, and completing with the various liabilities and company legislation. the numerous sensible assignments enable scholars to benefit from the learn of torts and use it on their paintings as training paralegals. The Paralegal Supersite web site

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In his testimony, Trooper Leichliter focused on the accident report that he prepared when he arrived at the accident scene. He testified that the moose was the only contributing factor and that no human factors contributed to the accident. Trooper Leichliter gave the opinion that drivers generally react to the sight of a moose in the road in front of them by braking, which could lead to skidding and loss of control in icy road conditions. He testified that he found no evidence indicating any improper conduct by Lodge.

Torts that are caused by the negligence of the defendant involve the lack of intent to cause the injury to the plaintiff. This is distinguishable from the intentional torts that center on the defendant’s intent. Negligence covers harm due to actions or inactions that were unreasonable under the circumstances. It is the blameworthy conduct of the defendant that was the direct cause of the plaintiff’s injuries. In an action for negligence, in order for there to be a cause of action against the defendant there must have been harm to the plaintiff.

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