chapter 5 0324599250_146194

chapter 5 0324599250_146194 - LET-6e Appendix I: Sample...

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LET-6e Appendix I: Sample Answers for End-of-Chapter Question with Sample Answer Chapter 3: Courts and Alternative Dispute Resolution 3.2 Question with Sample Answer Marya Callais, a citizen of Florida, was walking along a busy street in Tallahassee when a large crate flew off a passing truck and hit her, causing numerous injuries to Callais. She incurred a great deal of pain and suffering plus significant medical expenses, and she could not work for six months. She wishes to sue the trucking firm for $300,000 in damages. The firm’s headquarters are in Georgia, although the company does business in Florida. In what court may Callais bring suit—a Florida state court, a Georgia state court, or a federal court? What factors might influence her decision? Sample Answer: Marya can bring suit in all three courts. The trucking firm did business in Florida, and the accident occurred there. Thus, the state of Florida would have jurisdiction over the defendant. Because the firm was headquartered in Georgia
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