• Road Accident Survey
    Civil Engineering Research Volume 1, Number 1 (2010), pp. 45–54 © Research India Publications http://www.irphouse.com/ijcer.htm Analysis of Road Accidents on National Highway-5: An Indian Scenario N.V. Subba Rao1, K. Durga Rani2 and S. Rama Krishna Rao3 2 Regional Transport Authority, Hyderabad...
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  • Tort
    A tort is a civil wrong that results in legal liability and requires remedy in the form of damages. Because the tort in the driving case can be viewed as an accident, legal rules should aim at minimizing the total expected accident costs and the costs of taking reasonable precautions. First, regarding...
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  • Negligent Tort
    nor intended.” (Yell, 1999) In this paper, the elements of a negligent tort, the concepts of proximate causation and duty of care, and types of remedies for finding tort liability will be explored. Elements of Negligent Tort There are three elements of negligent tort. The first element is that...
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  • Tort Law
    properly. She walks home and crosses the road without looking for traffic. Bob is driving his car down the road, he does not see Mary because he is changing a CD in his car. He hits her and injures her, breaking her leg. Because of the delay caused by the traffic accident, another driver, Tom, is stuck in traffic...
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  • An Accident 1
    moving on the road try to race each other or in traffic language tries to overtake each other. They try to overtake each other and that also at break-neck speed, little realizing that the road is a road and not a racing track. In Delhi where I live, an accident, and death on the road is a very common...
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  • Law and Society
    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 Hospital at 30 weeks old...
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  • Project
    P.ED Project Accidents or mishaps keep happening every day and every now and then. Some mishaps are unnoticeable or are a nuisance, others get serious and unavoidable. One trips and falls while looking at a poster, other clashes into a pole, still other smashes the tomatoes eyeing and slips like...
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  • Design and Implementation of Alcohol Detection System in Vehicles
    deaths due to drunken drivers is increasing day by day. The main reason is that the police cannot check each and every vehicle. So this system is a remedy for this problem. In this alcohol detection system the engine’s ignition system is controlled by a circuit, with alcohol sensor. The...
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  • Saudi Arabia's Number One Enemy: Traffic Accidents
    Saudi Arabia’s Number One Enemy: Traffic Accidents 1. INTRODUCTION Traffic Accidents are the main cause for the death and injury of many people and account for huge property damages in the world in general and developing countries in particular. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is no exception to...
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  • How to Train an Elephant
    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 and forth, correcting and overcorrecting? You were wide awake, completely focused on the mechanics of driving...
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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
    way in which the accident occurred was unforeseeable with regard to her situation. This is best explained by the case Doughty v Turner Manufacturing Co. Ltd. [1964] in which the plaintiffs were injured in a work accident, but recovered nothing because of the manner in which the accident occurred was unforeseeable...
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  • Body - Traffic Jam
    of Dhaka University. 1.2 Objective of the report 1. Broad objective To discuss traffic jam, it’s causes and remedies 2. Specific objective -To discuss the effects of traffic jam on environment and social life, -To be introduced...
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  • Kudzu
    in nitrogen and actually replaces nitrogen into the soil. A couple things kudzu is good for is to be used as livestock feed, in fertilizer, herbal remedies, teas, honey, or even some paper products. Although kudzu seemed like a wonder plant, the introduction of kudzu led to many unforeseen consequences...
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  • Civil Liabilities Act 2002 (Nsw)
    Question 1 Mary v Peter Issue Given that Mary was injured by Peters’ act, is he solely liable for the accident? Law * In this case, we have to look at the Civil Liability Act 2002 (NSW) to determine who was negligent and in specific, we use s 5B(1), s 5B(2) and s 5R of the Civil Liability Act...
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  • North Sydney Council V Binks
    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 had a blood...
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  • Essay Writing
    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. According to the recent statistic, more than 1,600 Cambodians died on road accident in 2010. Apart from these, due to having...
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  • Mutual Fund
    an Indemnified 2. What are the types of motor insurance policies? Explain the features of a personal accident policy The word Motor broadly covers a lot of classes of vehicles plying on the roads. These may be two-wheelers like scooters and motorbikes, three-wheelers or four wheelers like private cars...
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  • Texting While Driving
    universe of risk” (Richtel). The University of Utah found that drivers take their eyes off the road for at least five seconds when texting. “When drivers have their eyes on their cell phone instead of the road, the results can be deadly,” notes Senator Charles Shumer of New York (“Tests reveal dangers...
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  • Breath Analyzer, Saliva Testers, Drug Testing, and Biosensor Market Trend, Share and Forecasts 2014 to 2020
    to a bar. The fact that alternative socialization venues exist is making it easier to enforce laws against drinking and driving. Alcohol related accidents kill someone every 31 minutes and injure someone every 2 minutes in the US. Alcohol and drugs cause serious disruption to the workforce when present...
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  • Contract Law
    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 prevent another person walking on their land and seek an injunction - the tort...
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