Negligence concerns harm that a is unforeseeable b

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Negligence concerns harm that: a. is unforeseeable. b. arises intentionally. c. arises by accident. d. is always substantial.
10/19/14 4:10 AM Business Law Test 2 Belmont flashcards | Quizlet B Bob, a weak swimmer, ignored warning signs in a recreational swimming area and went into deep water. He soon tired and realized that he could not make it back to shore. Seeing Kelly, he cried out for help. Kelly, however, ignored the pleas. Bob was finally saved by Dorothy, but suffered partial brain damage by being submerged without oxygen for a number of minutes. Bob now sues Kelly for negligence for failing to save him. Bob will:
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C One morning, Miles placed a thumbtack on the chair of the office manager where he worked. He had no quarrel with the office manager, but thought this would be funny. Two days after sitting on the tack, the office manager was hospitalized with an infection caused by the tack. Which of the following is correct?
10/19/14 4:10 AM Business Law Test 2 Belmont flashcards | Quizlet D Which of the following acts resulting in injury would be negligence per se? Under a state law, a dog owner is absolutely
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liable to any person who is injured by a dog. This is an example of: a. negligence per se. b. strict liability. c. res ipsa loquitur. d. negligence.
B A customer in a restaurant would be considered ________ to whom the restaurant owner owes a duty ________. Punitive damages are awarded:

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