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Product liability and strict liability - 1/3/2006

Rather than focus on the behavior of the manufacturer (as in negligence), strict liability claims focus on the product itself. ...

Product liability and negligence - 1/3/2006

A basic negligence claim consists of proof of (1) a duty owed on the part of the manufacturer, (2) a breach of that duty, (3) that the breach caused the plaintiff's injury, and (4) an injury. ...

What do you mean by Product liability? - 1/3/2006

Product liability encompasses a number of legal claims that allow an injured party to recover financial compensation from the manufacturer or seller of a product. ...

What are the causes of Accidents and incidents in aviation - 1/3/2006

There are many causes to these type of accidents. ...

Accidents and incidents in aviation - 1/3/2006

An aviation accident is an incident on board an aircraft causing injury or death to one or more persons. ...

What du you mean by "In case of emergency" - 1/3/2006

In case of emergency or ICE is a campaign to encourage people to put an emergency contact name in their mobile phones. ...

Legal consequences of car collisions - 1/3/2006

Car collisions often carry legal consequences in proportion to the severity of the accident. ...

Crossings in South East Asia - 1/3/2006

Level crossings in China, Thailand and Malaysia are still largely a manual matter. ...

Crossings in Australia - 1/3/2006

In Melbourne, Australia, there are several level crossings where the train tracks cross tram tracks on the road. These crossings require trains to travel very slowly to avoid tangling the overhead cables. ...

Crossings in United States - 1/3/2006

In the United States, and in countries following US practices, a train must have a bright headlight and ditch lights, a working bell, and a whistle or horn must be sounded as the train approaches the crossing. ...

What is Level crossing? - 1/3/2006

The term level crossing (also called: railroad crossing, railway crossing or grade crossing) is a crossing on one level - without recourse to a bridge or tunnel - used to describe the crossing of a railway line by a road, path, or other railroad. ...

Legislation and Risk Compensation of Seat belts? - 1/3/2006

The issue of seat belt legislation has been a source of some controversy. Hospital based studies of car accident victims, experiments using both crash test dummies and actual human cadavers have indicated that wearing seat belts should provide a reduced risk of death and injury in many types of car crash. ...

What is are the types of Seat belts? - 1/3/2006

There are many types of seat belts such as lap, automatic, sash, three point, inertia reel etc. ...

What is the use of Seat belt? - 1/3/2006

A seat belt, sometimes called a safety belt, is a harness designed to hold the occupant of a car or other vehicle in place if a collision occurs. ...

What is Multi vehicle collision? - 1/3/2006

A multi-vehicle collision (colloquially known as a pile-up) is a road traffic accident involving many vehicles. Generally occurring on highways they are one of the deadliest form of traffic accidents. ...

What is Single-vehicle collision? - 1/3/2006

A single vehicle collision or single-vehicle accident is, as the name implies, a type of collision in which only one vehicle is involved. The normal inference is that the cause is operator error. ...

What is Rollover? - 1/3/2006

Rollover is a type of vehicle accident, where a vehicle turns over on its side or roof. ...

Side collisions at intersections - 1/3/2006

Side collisions at intersections occur when the front or rear of one vehicle strikes the side of another vehicle. ...

What is Side collision? - 1/3/2006

Side Collisions collisions are a type of car accident that usually occur at intersections or in parking lots, or when two vehicles pass on a multi-lane roadway. ...

What is Head-on collision? - 1/3/2006

A head-on collision is one where the front ends of the ships, trains, planes or vehicles hit each other, as opposed to a side-collision or rear-end collision. ...

What is Rear-end collision? - 1/3/2006

A Rear-end collision (often called simply rear-end) is a traffic accident where a vehicle (usually an automobile or a truck) impacts the vehicle in front of it, so called because it thus hits its rear. ...

What are Responsibility of car manufacturers? - 1/3/2006

Car makers have been both accused of making cars that go too fast, and praised for the safety measures (such as ABS) found in new models. ...

What are Motor-vehicle collision? - 1/3/2006

Motor-vehicle collisions are damaging events involving road traffic, particularly automobiles. ...

What are Legal Aid in Australia? - 1/3/2006

Legal Aid is administered separately by each of the different states and territories in Australia, which typically have specific statutory agencies set up for that purpose. ...

What are Legal Aid in Scotland? - 1/3/2006

In Scotland, legal aid is in principle available for all civil actions in the Court of Session and Sheriff Court with the significant exception of actions of defamation. ...

What are Legal aids in U.S.? - 1/3/2006

The U.S. has always been less generous than most other First World industrialized democracies in providing counsel to the poor and indigent. ...

What is Legal aid? - 1/3/2006

Most liberal democracies consider that it is necessary to provide some level of legal aid to persons otherwise unable to afford legal representation. ...

What is Personal Injury? - 1/3/2006

Injuries that occur to an individual are generally called as Persoanl Injuries. ...

Economic Damages form Medical Malpractices. - 12/21/2005

Economic damages in civil litigation are computed as the financial loss suffered by a person due to the wrongful actions of another person. ...

Nominal Damages form Medical Malpractices. - 12/21/2005

Nominal damages (very small damages) are awarded to show that the loss or harm suffered was technical rather than actual. ...

Restitutionary or Disgorgement Damages form Medical Malpractices. - 12/21/2005

In certain areas of the law another head of damages has long been available, whereby the defendant is made to give up the profits made through the civil wrong. ...

Punitive or Exemplary Damages form Medical Malpractices. - 12/21/2005

Generally, punitive damages are not awarded in order to compensate the plaintiff, but in order to reform or deter the defendant and similar persons from pursuing a course of action such as that which damaged the plaintiff. ...

Compensatory damages form medical malpractices. - 12/20/2005

Compensatory damages are damages awarded for civil cases. ...

Damages from Medical malpractices - 12/20/2005

Damages, in law has two different meanings. It is used to refer both to the harm suffered by a plaintiff in a civil action, and to any money paid or awarded to him to compensate for said harm. ...

Medical malpractice - 12/20/2005

Medical malpractice law is generally defined as those laws having to do with medical malpractice. These laws are different from country to country, and even within those countries. ...

Product liability and breach of warranty - 12/20/2005

Warranties are statements by a manufacturer or seller concerning a product during a commercial transaction. ...

Product liability and strict liability - 12/20/2005

Rather than focus on the behavior of the manufacturer (as in negligence), strict liability claims focus on the product itself. ...

Product liability and negligence - 12/20/2005

A basic negligence claim consists of proof of (1) a duty owed on the part of the manufacturer, (2) a breach of that duty, (3) that the breach caused the plaintiff's injury, and (4) an injury. ...

Product liability - 12/20/2005

Product liability encompasses a number of legal claims that allow an injured party to recover financial compensation from the manufacturer or seller of a product. ...

Back injury - 12/20/2005

The human spine and associated muscles are particularly vulnerable to some types of injury, being both a highly flexible structure and subject to a great deal of stress as the main load-bearer of the torso. ...

Accidents and incidents in aviation - 12/20/2005

An aviation accident is an incident on board an aircraft causing injury or death to one or more persons. ...

Wrongful death claim - 12/20/2005

Wrongful death is a claim in tort against a person who can be held liable for a death. The claim is brought in a civil action, usually by close relatives. ...

Personal injury protection - 12/20/2005

Personal Injury Protection (PIP) is an extension of car insurance available in some American states. ...

Cancer Awareness: The Facts About Pain Management - 9/30/2005
Andrea Kenningsworth
Once a pain management technique has been identified, the patient should follow it closely. The patient should not try to "tough it out" by holding out and lengthening times between doses. ...

Find The Best Attorney - 7/27/2005
Lauren Jenkins
Unless you happen to hear of someone from a friend the chances of finding the right person when your back is up against the wall is small. ...

Get Back To Back Health - 7/25/2005
David Lux
Most commonly, back pain occurs in the lower back. However, there are many structures and tissue in the back that can become damaged for a number of reasons. ...


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