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Contributory negligence : principles and practice /
James Goudkamp and Donal Nolan.
edition
First edition.
imprint
Oxford ; New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 2018.
description
xxii, 130 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
ISBN
0198814232, 9780198814238
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Oxford ; New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 2018.
isbn
0198814232
9780198814238
contents note
PART I. Introduction -- PART II. The Contributory negligence doctrine -- Apportionment of responsibility -- Related rules -- Procedure -- Appeals. PART III. Frequently recurring situations: Introduction -- Intoxicated pedestrian injured by motorist -- Non-intoxicated pedestrian injured by motorist: Adult pedestrian -- Non-intoxicated pedestrian injured by motorist: Child pedestrian -- Failure to wear a seat belt -- Speeding -- Slip-and-fall accident: Workplace -- Slip-and-fall accident: public place -- Slip-and-fall accident: Occupiers' liability -- Carelessness in connection with work equipment -- Carelessness in or while working at height -- Children injured while playing -- Other recurrent situations -- Appendix 1 -- Appendix 2.
abstract
"Despite the centrality of the contributory negligence doctrine in practice, very little is known about how it functions in reality. This volume provides legal practitioners with a For each of the given recurring acts of contributory negligence, the average discount, the range of discounts, and the distribution of discounts are reported. These statistics are supplemented by way of illustrations drawn from the case law. Short summaries of typical cases for the relevant act of contributory negligence are given, along with summaries of cases that fall towards the higher and lower ends of the range of discounts. This concise book will assist courts and practitioners in understanding this area of the law, and in applying a consistent approach when assessing, in the most common types of case, the extent to which damages should be reduced for contributory negligence. It is greatly to be welcomed." --
catalogue key
11956441
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.

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