Question 81 out of 1 pointsRicci, an engineer, supervises the construction of a new mountainside roadway. When the road collapses in a landslide due to faulty grading, Ricci is sued by motorists and hikers injured in the collapse. As a professional, Ricci is held to Selected Answer:a. the reasonable engineer standard.Answers:a. the reasonable engineer standard.b. the reasonable ordinary person standard.c. the standard expected by those injured in the collapse of the bridge.d. the standard of professionals, including doctors, dentists, and lawyers. Question 9 1 out of 1 points The taking of electronic records and data can form the basis of a conversion claim. Question 101 out of 1 pointsThe types of product defects that have traditionally been recognized in product liability law include inadequate warnings. Question 11 0 out of 1 points Assumption of risk can never be used as a defense in a product liability action.
Question 121 out of 1 pointsStreet Bikes, Inc., makes and sells a bicycle to Theo. Street Bikes fails to exercise “due care” to make the bicycle safe, however, and Theo is injured as a result. Street Bikes is most likely liable for Selected Answer:c. negligence.Answers:a. commonly known danger.b. assumption of risk.c. negligence.d. product misuse. Question 130 out of 1 pointsRose, who is obese, files a product liability suit against Burger Meal Corporation (BMC), alleging thatBMC’s food is unhealthy because, as Rose knows, it contains high levels of cholesterol and saturated fat. BMC can most successfully assert the defense of Question 141 out of 1 pointsBasil, a clerk at Cycle World, takes a bicycle from the store without the owner’s permission. Basil is liable for conversion
Question 151 out of 1 pointsUnder the doctrine of strict liability, liability is imposed only if a person fails to use all reasonable care.
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