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Esposito v. Davis 1 Rich Pugh Business Law LS311 Nivea Castro, J.D. 06/21/2011
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Esposito v. Davis 2 The factors that indicate whether Davis owed Esposito a duty of care consist of three basic elements. “They are the likelihood that his conduct will injure others, taken with the seriousness of the injury if it happens, and balanced against the cost of the precaution he must take to avoid the risk. If the product of the likelihood of the injury exceeds the burden of the precautions, the risk is unreasonable and the failure to take precautions is negligence.” (Jentz, G. A., & Miller, R. L. , 2008) The Louisiana law that set precedents over trip-and-fall cases was Frelow v. St. Paul Fire & Marine Ins. The ruling in this case was that Louisiana law recognizes a legal duty on the part of employees to exercise reasonable care not to obstruct the flow of pedestrian traffic. Esposito was walking in a straight line when Davis decided to suddenly to turn, without warning, knocking her to the ground. One witness account said, “It appeared as
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This note was uploaded on 08/22/2011 for the course BUSINESS L ls311 taught by Professor Starcher during the Spring '11 term at Kaplan University.

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