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31) It a generally accepted precaution for dentists to warn

Question : 31) It a generally accepted precaution for dentists to warn : 2095791

31) It is a generally accepted precaution for dentists to warn patients of risks and exercise extra caution if patients are on anticoagulants (blood thinners) and must undergo dental procedures. A dentist fails to alert a patient (who the dentist knows is on anticoagulants) of the risks of a procedure the patient is about to undergo that is dangerous to someone on blood thinners. The patient experiences near-fatal bleeding due to the procedure. The plaintiff decides to sue for malpractice but the dentist says he was unaware of the need to warn patients on blood thinners of possible risks. Is the dentist going to be successful in his defense?

A) Yes, as long as he can prove he did not know about the risks.

B) No because a professional cannot defend against a negligent suit by claiming ignorance of generally accepted principles in his or her field of expertise.

C) Yes, as long as he did not make any specific mistakes during the dental procedure.

D) Yes, as long as the dentist can prove that the risks are overstated.

E) Yes, because malpractice cases require intentional harm for a victim to prevail.

32) The duty that a business owes to customers is best expressed by which of the following statements?

A) A business owes a negligence per se duty toward customers.

B) A business owes no duty to its customers other than to sell safe products.

C) A business owes an absolute duty to keep its customers safe and is strictly liable for any harm.

D) A business has a duty of care to protect their customers against foreseeable risks about which the owner knew or reasonably should have known.

E) A business only owes a minimal duty toward customers.

33) A fan at a baseball stadium is hit by a baseball. Under what circumstances could the owner of the stadium be held liable for resulting injuries?

A) If the owner of the stadium was aware of a chance that a ball would strike a patron and failed to cancel the game, despite the risk.

B) In all circumstances where a ball hits game attendees, regardless of any other factors.

C) If the stadium owner took all cost-effective precautions but failed to take part in a multi-million dollar research effort to construct a robot to intercept foul balls.

D) If the baseball team was the home team and not the visiting team.

E) If the stadium owner failed to fulfill its duty to provide reasonable protection because there were no barriers or other measures taken to protect game attendees from being struck by the ball.

34) Which of the following are elements of causation?

A) Actual cause and significant cause.

B) Actual cause and proximate cause.

C) Proximate cause and significant cause.

D) Actual cause and clear cause.

E) Proximate cause and real cause.

35) Actual cause is also known as ________.

A) Legal cause

B) Cause in fact

C) Cause for certainty

D) Proximately related cause

E) Proximate cause

 

 

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