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Unit 9 : Unit 9: Torts in Practice: Bad Faith and Workers' Compensation - Final Exam
Here are the answers 1. true 2. true 3. true 4. true 5. asumpton of the risk 6. false 7. unequal bargainign power 8. true 9. shifts the loss from the defendant to the plaintiff 10. true 11. true 12. true 13. true 14. false. 15. false 16. on the job 17. false. 18. no issue of material fact 19. actual malice 20. a plaintiff can recover eve thoug he may have been reimbursed by another source such as a insurance company 21. false 22. release 23. subrogation 24. false 25. true 26. false. 27. neglgiently delaying payment 28. true 29. the vilolator is below average intelligence 30. true 31. 32. true 33. false 34.asumption of th risk. 35. th tort is reasonably connected to the employee's job. 36. fault 37.misuse of the product 38. true 39. intentiional 40. professional care. 41. false 42. all of the above 43. false 44. parties to a lawsuit 45. false 46. true 47. a certain amount of money if the plaintiff loses or recovers less than certain amount 48. all of the above 49. state of the art 50. false 51. false 52. false 53. true 54. false 55. compensatory 56. false 57. true 58. fraud 59. defendant is liable for all reasonably forseeeable consequences of his or h negligence. he or she owes a duty of care to the foreseeable plintiff 60. must follow.
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