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Warren's Negligence in the New York Courts
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Mitigation of Damages
Robert Conason;Richard Godosky;Rhonda E. Kay;Henry G. Miller;James C. Moore;Brian J. Shoot
Warren's Negligence (Matthew Bender) is New York's premier treatise on New York negligence law. It includes an accurate, up-to-date analysis of recent and seminal decisions in eight broad topics and nearly 400 fact patterns to help the attorney find the most helpful cases. Key topical areas include: essential principles of negligence law; particular defenses to negligence actions; various types of parties negligent; various types of persons injured; places where negligence occurs; particular instrumentalities of negligence; particular types of negligence actions; and damages.
New York,damages,mitigation of damages,avoidable consequence,seat belt, helmet, compensatory damages,lost earnings,income tax,negligence,malpractice,comparative fault
RELATED CHAPTERS: (View)
For a discussion of damages in general, see Chapter 233.
For more information on the aggravation of damages, see Chapter 238.
For a general discussion of appealing a damage award, see Chapter 250, Appeal of Damage Awards.
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