Explain what is meant by the term of 'duty of care': Duty of care is when we must follow the correct policies and procedures in order to protect and safeguard children from any harm. This means that we have a respnsibility to do daily health and safety checks on all equipment that children are likely to use encase any of it is broken, we must carry our risk assessments in order to make sure that all work areas and play areas are safe for children to use and also most importantly we must carry out fire drills so that children are familiar with the sound of the fire alarm, aware on where they have to go in order to reach safety and what they have to do. Upholding the rights of children and young people:
1. Duty Of Care The thing the court must do is identify if the defendant owed a duty of care to plaintiff and what the duty of care owed was. They will try and distinguish what the standard of reasonable care the hospital should have adhered to while they were treating plaintiff and if the harm caused to plaintiff could have been foreseeably cause harm to her. 2.
1. PG 126, Critical legal Thinking Cases – 6.1 Negligence Clancy had been negligent, as he nodded off while driving, which brought about an inescapable mischance. The mishap brought about Diana's leg removal and she experienced different wounds too. Diana's restorative costs added up to $368,000 and a repeating expense to supplant her "C-Leg". The measure of harms to be honored to Diana ought to be $1.5 million and correctional harms of $700,000. 2.
What are the four elements of proof necessary for a plaintiff to succeed in a negligence case? The four elements of proof necessary for a plaintiff to succeed in a negligence case are: (i) Duty of care, (ii) Breach of duty, (iii) Injury, (iv) Causation (i)Duty of care: Duty can be defined as a legal obligation the defender or a wrongdoer owes to the plaintiff. When the law recognizes a relationship between two parties, the duty of care arises. These parties are called defendant and the plaintiff.
1.2 Different businesses and organisations are of course going to have different standards and procedures for communicating on the telephone. For the specific business which I work for we have to answer calls within a ‘three rings’ time scales or at least try to the best of our ability. We of course have a duty of care to help both of our internal and external customers. When we answer the phone it is company policy to state your name, your department followed by a polite opening phrase. For example – ‘‘Good Morning/Afternoon, You are through to Katie Fifield from Basildon Council’s planning department.
Negligence is defined as the failure of a person to use reasonable care that may result in the harm of another person. In the case involving Paula and Ricardo negligence can be seen. The person responsible for negligence in this situation is Ricardo and Dean. As an employee Ricardo is expected to follow the rules and procedures associated with his job. As a person working with harmful chemicals, Ricardo is expected wear the proper safety equipment to prevent harm to himself.
Where does the idea of a superhero come from? Superheroes like Spiderman, Batman, and Superman have derived from a poem that began as an oral story during the Anglo-Saxon time. These superheroes always do good things, and make good choices and fights bad guy rather than being the villain. The question is why do these superheroes do these good things? The answer is because of this poem.
Vladimir Tarasoff, et al., Plaintiffs-Petitioners v. Regents of the University of California, et al., Defendants-Respondents. Decided on July 1 1976 by the California Supreme Court • Type of case Case facts: October 1969, Prosenjit Poddar murdered Tatiana Tarasoff. Tatiana’s parents, said that only a short time ago, Poddar had expressed his intention to carry out the act. They said he had confided to his therapist, Dr. Lawrence Moore, a psychologist employed by the University of California. They also implied Dr. Moore had warned campus police of Poddar’s intentions.
In the novel Ethan Frome by Edith Wharton, the main character, Ethan, is trapped in an unsatisfying life. He falls in love with his wife’s cousin and that leads to a depressing ending for everyone. But I understand that Edith Wharton had a tough time with marriage and love, and that reflects in her writing. There are countless situations that can keep two people from being together, every romance movie ever made has proven that fact and it is impossible to recount all the obstacles fictional people must face. However, the most popular are: a class difference, financial struggle, a third party (ie: love triangle), or what I like to call the Spider-Man/Mary Jane conflict, where the hero walks away from the girl because he believes their relationship would make her a target for supervillains.
The principle of negligence is to determine a guilty party when someone acts in a careless manner and causes injury to another person. Negligence names the careless person legally liable. In order to win, the plaintiff must prove four different elements. The first element that must be proven is Duty of Care. The defendant must have owed the plaintiff legal duty of care.