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6) When a plaintiff uses res ipsa loquitor, the plaintiff

Question : 6) When a plaintiff uses res ipsa loquitor, the plaintiff : 2095786

6) When a plaintiff uses res ipsa loquitor, the plaintiff must show direct evidence of the defendant's lack of due care to prove the defendant's negligence was the cause of harm.

A) True

B) False

7) When negligence per se applies, the plaintiff is required to show that a reasonable person would exercise a heightened duty of care toward the plaintiff.

A) True

B) False

8) A plaintiff in a negligence lawsuit may choose whether the plaintiff wishes pure comparative negligence or modified comparative negligence rules to be applied by the court.

A) True

B) False

9) A defendant must be more than 25% at fault before the plaintiff can recover, according to the pure comparative negligence defense,

A) True

B) False

10) Assumption of the risk is a doctrine which makes it easier for a plaintiff to prevail in a negligence lawsuit.

A) True

B) False

 

 

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