Pg. 59 #1
1. Provide a broad definition of negligence.
Negligence may be broadly defined as the failure to exercise reasonable care to avoid injuring their property. The situation of each case is how the definition of reasonable care is concluded. Most of the time negligence is linked directly to carelessness. The four factors associated and required for the existence of negligence surround the party that owed a duty. Negligence is present when there is a duty of care. The duty is breached by the tortfeasor, there is causation of injury, and damages to the victim of the injury. The first element of negligence is the obligation to obey the law by acting responsibly in order to avoid injuring others. An example of the duty