LAW 421 Week 2 DQ Elements of Negligent Tort Analysis and Remedies


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LAW 421 Week 2 DQ Elements of Negligent Tort Analysis and Remedies

What are the elements of negligence? How does an intentional tort differ from negligence? Give examples. How does the strict liability doctrine apply to the practice of accounting? Give examples.

The law of torts can be traced back to English Common Law and has become and integral part of Anglo-American Law for hundreds of years .These laws have been modified many times since the late 1800's by state legislatures and these changes have given plaintiffs more chance of success when bringing forth their claims. Original tort law included coverage for injuries suffered while in the workplace but this since has been removed entirely from tort law and replaced with the state administered workers compensation systems. In order...

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