BUS 483 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Contributory Negligence, Bc Place

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Employee, was drunk while working putting up a display at bc place for the company. Employee later went to two club and drank more liquor. While he was driving home on the highway, he drove off the highway and suffered permanent injuries that left him quadriplegic (crippled below his legs) His brother has to take care of him. Any reasons that would negate/limit the scope of duty, class of persons to whom it is owned or damages. How to reduce amount of damage of breach. Nike admitted that it did owe a duty of care. But, they failed to take steps to prevent jacobsen from driving his vehicle (negligence). Tavern-owner and patrons from stewart v. pettie. Make reasonable assumptions about whether a person is likely to be impaired or not. Prevent a patron from driving when tavern-owner knows or ought to know that a person is likely impaired and is likely to drive.

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