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Negligence is a common law tort concerned with the protection of person, property and economic interests from harm caused by another person's unintentional (but possibly deliberate) failure to take care.

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Reading only slightly deeper into the given example in Utah, of the woman "suing herself," as it typical the media got it essentially wrong. From a legal standpoint, the decedent husband's estate is …
answered Oct 16 '15 by dwoz
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First of all, the USA's legal system is not here to be referee to every single little "gotcha" mistake, and every little mistake doesn't mean a payday for someone. The employee at the tax preparer sc …
answered Oct 22 '15 by dwoz