Negligence - Module 4 of 5


Question 1

When a party acts with extreme disregard and indifference for the safety of others, it is called:

Question 2

A damage award meant to punish the wrongdoer and deter future negligent acts is called:

Question 3

The following is not an element necessary to prove negligence:

Question 4

When determining whether a duty to act actually existed between a plaintiff and defendant, the courts may look at:

Question 5

In considering whether there was a breach of duty, the courts use this type of standard:

Question 6

The more potential causes of harm there are…

Question 7

Injury in a negligence case may not take the form of:

Question 8

In examining the degree of foreseeability in a negligence infliction of emotional distress case, the court does not consider:

Question 9

The elements of res ipsa loquitur include:

Question 10

When a negligent action is committed in violation of a public law, it is called: