When someone is injured in a motor vehicle collision we commonly say they were injured in a car “accident”. Likewise, if a victim is hurt after slipping on a wet floor at the supermarket we say the injuries occurred in a slip and fall “accident”.
Topics covered in this report include:
- Intentional, Strict Liability and Negligent Torts
- Elements of Negligence
- Comparative Negligence
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