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Motor Accident Claim, the spot where motorcycle was lying after accident cannot be the basis to determine Contributory negligence: S.C.

In a motor accident claim case the Supreme Court while considering the issue of contributory negligence, wherein the Motor Accidents Claim Tribunal attributed contributory negligence to the Claimant referring to the sitemap of the accident to conclude that the claimant was riding his motorcycle one foot on the wrong side from the middle of the road, observed that the spot where the motor vehicle was found lying after the accident cannot be the basis to assume that it was driven in or around that spot at the relevant time. 63 more words

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3 Weapons Against Contributory Negligence

Maryland is one four states (along with Alabama, North Carolina, and Virginia plus the District of Columbia) that recognize the Contributory Negligence Rule, which says that a damaged party cannot recover any damages if it is even 1% at fault. 653 more words

Auto Accident

Case of the Day - Tuesday, September 5, 2017

A TREE JUMPED OUT


It was a dark and stormy night when Mr. and Mrs. Miller drove through a mall parking lot, well after the lights were turned out. 814 more words