6 Blog Posts From the Comparative Negligence Tag


Aurora, Colorado Motorcycle Fatalities Reinforce Importance of Awareness and Bike Safety

Aurora, Colorado Motorcycle Fatalities Reinforce Importance of Awareness and Bike Safety

From Colorado lawyer Amy Gaiennie, with The Gaiennie Law Office  Two fatalities on the same day in Aurora, Colorado involving motorcycle and automobile collisions reinforced the need for both motorcyclists and automobile drivers to be more aware of their surroundings. One accident involved a motorcycle that pulled into traffic in front of an oncoming vehicle. […]

Spartanburg County, South Carolina Sees Spike in Vehicle Fatalities

Spartanburg County, South Carolina Sees Spike in Vehicle Fatalities

Through the first half of 2018, the number of individuals killed on Spartanburg County roads stands at 27. That number is double where it stood last year at the same time. With the deadliest part of the year in terms of traffic fatalities set to begin, law enforcement officials are concerned that the number of […]

Death of Pedestrian Raises Questions About Self-Driving Cars

Death of Pedestrian Raises Questions About Self-Driving Cars

The death of a pedestrian in Tempe, AZ last month has raised concern nationwide about the speed with which states have opened themselves up to autonomous vehicles. Autonomous vehicles are a relatively new technology, but 32 of the 50 States have either passed legislation to allow testing of autonomous vehicles on its roads, or governors […]

Class-Action Lawsuit Filed Against Off-Road Vehicle Manufacturer

Class-Action Lawsuit Filed Against Off-Road Vehicle Manufacturer

Two national law firms have filed a class-action lawsuit in Minnesota against Polaris, the manufacturer of several popular models of recreational off-road vehicles (ROVs). The suit alleges that several of the models from the Ranger and RZR lines have design defects that lead to the vehicles overheating and catching fire. According to the lawsuit, the […]

“Were you wearing a seat belt during the accident?” A Question Still Off Limits in Louisiana

“Were you wearing a seat belt during the accident?” A Question Still Off Limits in Louisiana

Louisiana is a pure comparative negligence state. Pure comparative negligence is one of the ways that fault – and by extension liability – in a negligence lawsuit is apportioned. There are two other methods: modified comparative negligence, and contributory negligence. Pure Comparative Negligence Pure comparative negligence is a doctrine that assigns a percentage to the […]

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