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Unformatted text preview: cannot successfully sue a negligent defendant. Instead, the case will be dismissed. 3. While swimming at the pool at Browninger Resort, Ursula, age thirty-one, was hit on the head by Tom, another swimmer, age eleven who had been engaged in horseplay with two friends for a half hour. The lifeguard had twice requested that Tom and his friends settle down but to no avail. If Ursula sues the resort for negligence, what is the likelihood she will win. Why? Since the lifeguard had warned the boys to stop horsing around and they did not stop, this makes the hotel liable for the injury. Ursula will win because the lifeguard failed to halt the disorderly conduct of the horsing around. This assignment is worth 15 points. You will earn 5 points for each correct and complete answer to the 3 questions above. Assignment 3 Ch 5 & 6 2008 Joseph W. Holland...
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- Spring '08