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Tag Archives: Duty of Care

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When Does a Store Owe a Customer a “Duty of Care”?

By John Willis |

In any kind of personal injury case based on negligence, a plaintiff must first prove the defendant owed him or her a “duty of care.” In the context of a car accident, for example, a driver has a duty of care to operate their vehicle in a safe manner. And with respect to premises… Read More »

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Establishing a Defendant’s “Duty of Care” in a Negligence Case

By John Willis |

In a personal injury lawsuit based on negligence, a plaintiff must prove that the defendant breached some “duty of care.” As a general rule, according to the Tennessee Supreme Court, when a person “assumes to act, even though gratuitously,” he or she “may thereby become subject to the duty of acting carefully,” and can… Read More »

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