• Road Accident Survey
    Junction) Fig – 1(a) shows the following deficiencies on the existing stretch under investigation: i. ii. The existing curve is non-standard . The feeder road is almost joining the national highway at the vertex of the curve causing accidents. Remedy: i. The existing non-standard curve requires...
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  • Negligent Tort
    driver was texting or drinking (both illegal) when the accident occurred, it could leave the company free from liability and it would fall on the driver. Remedies to Tort Liability Remedies to tort liability can be non-compensatory damages, compensatory damages, and injunctions, to name a few...
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  • Law and Society
    and two months ago, she returned to her parents’ house. Recently, her husband was knocked down by a reckless driver in a road accident. The driver left the scene of the accident immediately after the accident. Last week, Suzana gave birth to a baby girl, Rainah at the Bumiputera Maternity...
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  • Tort
    accident on the road, affecting two other parties. If he chose to speed up (but still adjusted his speed to be in accordance with speed limit law), he could very easily improve the total social welfare by allowing both himself and the economist to arrive at work an hour early and earning $500 more for that one hour of working....
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  • Tort Law
    revolves around the principles of negligence. The injury Mary sustained is a result of negligence of the driver of the vehicle, Bob, who had a duty of care towards pedestrians and cars alike, on the road at the time of the accident. Driving requires reasonable attention to all that is happening on...
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  • An Accident 1
    accident, and death on the road is a very common occurrence - and, there appears to be no remedy for it. In Delhi, the continuously growing traffic, the soaring population, and the multiple modes of transport both slow and fast move together, which is one basic cause of accidents. Besides this...
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  • Project
    like a skater. Such accidents are alright as they harm slightly and happen almost every day. Sometimes when an accident take place due to rashness of people and involves harming others, they become serious and alarming. Therefore, one should be careful on the road and in public places so as not to...
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  • Saudi Arabia's Number One Enemy: Traffic Accidents
    major issue The World Health Organization found that Saudi Arabia has the world’s highest number of deaths from road accidents (Benjamin, 2010). 3.2. Losses Caused by Traffic Accidents Saudi Arabia is losing 17 people a day as a outcome of traffic accidents, and the majority of those...
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  • Body - Traffic Jam
    affects the society in some of the ways below: • creates mental stress in the motorists • paves way for wastage of fuel and wear & tear of vehicle parts which ultimately waste the money of the motorists • becomes a cause for rash driving and road accidents involving loss of lives...
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  • Kudzu
    since it can root wherever stems make contact with soil, which allows the vines to grow in all directions. Amazing how a plant is able to kill another plant. The introduction to kudzu also caused a great amount of safety issues. These being issues like traffic accidents due to kudzu covering road...
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  • How to Train an Elephant
    Mindfulness Sometimes we are mindful, and sometimes we are not. A good example is paying attention to your hands on the steering wheel of a car. Remember when you were first learning to drive, and how the car wobbled and wove its way along the road as your hands clumsily jerked the wheel back...
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  • Design and Implementation of Alcohol Detection System in Vehicles
    the relay is energized. The relay in turn drives the starter motor. ADVANTAGES • It helps in reducing road accident at a large extent. • It eradicates the inconvenience caused when a driver is pulled down by the police the check whether he has consumed alcohol. • The time taken for the test...
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  • Civil Liabilities Act 2002 (Nsw)
    the freeway and she was not supposed to be walking there and had been warned with the relevant road sign, we need to use the ‘but for’ test to see if she had contributed to her own accident. In the case of Cork v Kirby Maclean [1952] 2 ALL ER 402, where the plaintiff had a fit and fell to the...
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  • Texting While Driving
    when people multi-task while driving, they lose the ability to monitor themselves and the road (Wood). Making known the need to cut back driver distraction and injuries due to accidents, lawmakers advise states to outlaw texting while driving or not receive as much money for highways (“Tests reveal...
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  • Tom and Ming Were Friends. One Day They Decided to Take a Drive from Melbourne to Sorrento to Have a Day at the Beach Because It Was a Sunny Day. the Trip Would Take About Two Hours. They Went in Tom's Car and Ming
    foresee that their negligence to pay complete attention to the road whilst driving could cause an accident to occur. Tom also has a cause of action as both Ming and Reshma owe a duty of care as road users to take reasonable care not to cause foreseeable injury to other road users. The term “road...
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  • Essay Writing
    cancer and breast cancer. They are the major contributor to mortality as Cambodia has not yet has a good medical treatment to those cancers. Furthermore, road traffic accident is the second main cause of death after HIV/AIDs. In fact, it occurred by the careless, drunken, and excessive driver...
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  • Contract Law
    been infringed in some way. Different types of civil claims include; • A business may claim that they are owed money - contract law • An individual may wish to claim compensation for injuries suffered in a road traffic accident - the tort of negligence • The owner of a house may wish to...
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  • law of torts
    loquitor. Where it is applicable Res ipsa Loquitor means that ‘thing or facts speaks for themselves’. This for example, occurs where an accident happens in circumstances in which it ought not to have occurred e.g. a car traveling on a straight road in clear weather and good visibility suddenly...
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  • Thesis Paper (Review of Related Literature)
    , on-going construction (may be it road construction or building construction), and other accidents. There is no sure fire way to measure of how much congestion is present. And moreover, what may be a country’s or a local city pertains to as traffic congestion maybe not be the definition of...
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  • North Sydney Council V Binks
    . As he approached the road works which were being undertaken at the intersection of Alfred Street and Fitzroy Street, his vehicle collided with a telegraph pole. At a point 20 metres from the intersection, Mr Binks was still travelling at between 60 and 77 kph. At the time of the accident Mr Binks...
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