Online Research Statutory Interpretation module 1

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Christopher Brooks Saturday, August 20, 2011 Business-340 Ethical and Legal Issues in Business Professor James Goff Online Research: Statutory Interpretation Facts Mark Valdez was riding in the front passenger’s seat of a vehicle driven by Debbie Jo Pringle. Pringle was driving Valdez home after leaving a bar with a group of friends. Shortly after leaving the bar, Pringle drove the car into a concrete barrier. Valdez, who was not wearing a seatbelt, was thrown into the windshield. His head penetrated the windshield and he sustained injuries to his face, including multiple lacerations, abrasions, and nerve damage. The lacerations required surgical repair after the accident, and he had a further surgery for scar revision six months later. Valdez now has permanent scars on his face, including across the hairline, over the bridge of his nose, on his ear, on his forehead, and from his lip across his cheek toward his ear. He also has permanent nerve damage causing pain in his face, and loss of sensation in the areas of the scars (Pringle v. Valdez). History
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