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Composite Negligence and Contributory Negligence – Difference Between

‘Composite Negligence’ refers to the negligence on the part of two or more persons. Where a person is injured as a result of negligence on the part of two or more wrong doers, it is said that the person was injured on account of the composite negligence of those wrongdoers. 174 more words

Liability

Getting Help for Your Multi-Vehicle, Multi-Collision Mess

With the return of winter weather across North Carolina there have been more traffic accidents than usual.  Slick roads, poor visibility, and other factors lead to crashes and injuries and, in some unfortunate circumstances, death.  231 more words

Torts

Snow, Ice, Freezing Rain: Who Will be at Fault When You Slip and Fall?

It happens during every wintry mix.  Someone slips and falls on the snow, ice, slush or freezing rain, they get hurt and expect to be compensated for their injuries.  1,179 more words

Assumption Of The Risk

February 25, 2014 4th Circuit published opinions

Federal Trade Commission v Ross

Commission sued for an injunction preventing Ross from sending internet ads suggesting the recipients’ computer needed security software. The district court granted the injunction and entered a consumer redress award of over $163 million. 506 more words