Chapter 11 in Law 12 textbook
1.<Tab/>What is negligence, and why is it the most common form of tort law?
Negligence is a person's failure to exercise reasonable care, which results in injury to another.
It is the most common form of tort law because they are unintentional or unplanned incidents that cause injury. Examples: automobile accidents, medical malpractices
2.<Tab/>List the key elements that a plaintiff must prove to succeed in a negligence action.
The key elements that must be proven are duty of care, standard of care, forseeability, reasonable person, causa…
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