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66) In reference to the case in the text, Ex

Question : 66) In reference to the case in the text, Ex : 2095779

66) In reference to the case in the text, Ex Parte Emmette L. Barran, III, what was the result after the plaintiff sued the national and local Kappa Alpha organization following hazing activities?

A) The court dismissed the lawsuit on the basis that the plaintiff assumed the risk of harm.

B) The court ruled that under pure contributive negligence principles, the plaintiff was entitled to recover.

C) The court ruled that under pure comparative negligence principles, the plaintiff was entitled to recover.

D) The court dismissed the case on the basis of negligence per se.

E) The court ruled that under modified comparative negligence principles, the plaintiff was entitled to recover.

67) Which of the following are laws holding that people in peril who receive voluntary aid from others cannot hold those offering aid liable for negligence?

A) Rescue statutes.

B) Freedom statutes.

C) All clear statutes.

D) Aid to others statutes.

E) Good Samaritan statutes.

68) Which of the following is an unforeseeable event which interrupts the causal chain between the defendant's breach of duty and the damages the plaintiff suffered?

A) A relative cause

B) A superseding cause

C) A surprise event

D) Assumption of the risk

E) An unusual cause

69) Why do superseding causes allow defendants to avoid liability?

A) Superseding causes are an example of the res ipsa loquitor defense.

B) Superseding causes are evidence that a defendant's duty of care was fulfilled and thus no negligence occurred.

C) Superseding causes are evidence that a defendant's breach of duty was not the proximate cause of the plaintiff's injuries.

D) Superseding causes demonstrate the plaintiff was actually responsible for his own injuries.

E) Superseding causes do not allow defendants to avoid liability

70) Which of the following is liability without fault?

A) Homeowner liability.

B) Assumption of the risk.

C) Storekeeper liability.

D) Negligence.

E) Strict liability.

 

 

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