BL Unit I Assignment.docx - Unit 1 Assignment Case Analysis Pete vs ATV manufacturer Unit 1 Case Analysis Pete vs ATV manufacturer Anna Goldman CSU

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Unit 1 Assignment: Case Analysis: Pete vs. ATV manufacturer Unit 1 Case Analysis: Pete vs. ATV manufacturer Anna Goldman CSU Business Law Professor George Ackerman August 11th, 2017 1
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Unit 1 Assignment: Case Analysis: Pete vs. ATV manufacturer Abstract : The case facts are simplified with Pete acting as plaintiff when filing the lawsuit against defendant ATV manufacturer, accusing them of the defective design of the ATV product he was injured on. The considered factors for the plaintiff’s accusations are as follows: driving the ATV through the trail behind his house caused Pete to fall off and gain injuries that rendered him unable to go to work as well as incur $75,000 of medical bills. This led to him suing the ATV manufacturer in order to receive compensation for the financial losses he suffered, which the ATV manufacturer insists they are not responsible for the accident due to defective design but that Pete’s accident was caused by his own misuse of the ATV while speeding on it around a corner. Having the obvious proof of undergoing imminent injury, allowed Pete the right to file the lawsuit per the standing. Adverse relations with Pete and the ATV manufacturer, due to the fact the manufacturer are being sued for monetary compensation, make the case existing as well as being ripe because it concerns events that have already occurred and have sufficiently developed. The existence of a ripe case has been confirmed; therefore, the next step would be identifying the best resolving tactics for the situation. Undergoing the full process of a trial would be time-consuming and inconvenient, making it a better option to have a legal settlement. In a legal settlement exists the possibility of no verdict of guilty or not guilty due to the defendant preferring to resolve the issue without obtaining a record of guilt (Shvartsman, 2015). Settling is
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