Assignment Presentation Business Law

Assignment Presentation Business Law

I have to present our group presentation about the case team versus nsw 2000 one to show our ability as the launch student where mr. Tam is a plaintiff and NSW Police is a defendant where we are taking plaintiff side firstly we are introducing the three main character of this case mr. Terrence Levin the driver who collide with a plaintiff car mr. tame the plaintiff and the sergeant basically the officer who is at a fault one on the zero element of January 1991 mr. team the plaintiff of this case met with an accident while travelling across Richmond in the Western Sydney suburb constable moral of the winds Windsor puts police station completed or traffic collision report on the accident but late blank those portion of the report relating to relating to the blood alcohol content of the driver subsequently in February 1991 C Senior Constable Wesley the acting traffic sergeant at the wind Windsor police station completed those portion of the form however he mistaken mistakenly record recorded the blood alcohol content of the portables at 0.14 acting surgeon basically detected the ear on the form sometime between the February and late March 1991 at which point he corrected the ordinal report sergeant at the Windsor to the station mistakenly records the blood alcohol content of the boat both driver at 0.14 later in February he noted the mystic and corrected it by the time it was corrected and a copy of the faulty information regarding the case was obtained by the insurer it was mine it was me dr. 1990 when the insurer admitted the liability for the fourth for the following information I like to call my friend hi I’m friction I’m doing the second part of the presentation mr. lavender had been driving and on the insurance vehicle and mrs. stem shield the Domino defendant the claim was handled by NJ insurance which admitted liability on 11 June 1981 the claim against nominal defendant was ultimately settled on August 1994 with this substantial sum being paid to him system ultimately settled in August 1984 and the substantial sum being paid to me sustained by the May 1992 and I become reluctant to continue paying for the physiotherapy treatment undertaken by mrs. team for the same significant leg and back injury c.c substance she sustained in the collision this become a source of anxiety for mrs. team who is / – our solicitor mr. whele about the others apparent refusal to meet the ongoing cost of the physiotherapy mr. weather con contracted Nia’s solicitor about the matter during our conversation in June 1992 which the weather harsh mrs. team whether she had been drinking prior to the accident she had consumed very little alcohol in the previous 20 years and see how she was horrified at this salvation mr. Weiler told Harvey and Jessica P of the traffic collision report was good that Terry Road that active sergeant Billy had collected on the personal report indicates that her blood alcohol content at that time of the accident was three times the lawfully me mrs. team was around by the information and being began to worry about how many people’s will be told of their of the determinant effect see consider this will be happen or our reputation for the further part I am interest in my recovery Ambreen I and I’m going to explain more about our case immediately happily speaking with mr. Whelan mr. Tim telephone Oh mr. mr. Chanin was told that her blood alcohol reading at the time of the moon is inherently and there the information on the form of the mystic my solitary confirm the admission of liability on 29 July 1992 in early 1993 mr. wheeler obtained from the police service a formal apology and and says that the mistake on the traffic cones and report had been rectified however mr. then continue to believe that NJ reluctance to pay for physiotherapy was connected with a false information on the traffic collision people and I’m going to call my friend for more information about our case thank you hi I’m sue depend I’m going to connect in my case in fact the end that I believe the treatment was unnecessary mr. King became obsessed with a mr. Goff on the phone she feels she was being punished for something she had done in the past and he spoke repeatedly about the mystic with her husband and friend she found it difficult to sleep and expensive guilt stress and depression for with sea-salt concerning our psychiatrist dr. Mishon diagnosed mr. king constant in 1995 is a psychotic depressive English mr. Tim brought for sitting in negligence against Constable Morgan and the estate of NSW district court but didn’t move that trial before Garlin decision without a jury it becomes apparent that the mistake had been made by the acting charging business and not constable Morgan the court held the stables professional level for acting sergeant based in England since completing the traffic when recently pupil in sitting was awarded hundred and fifteen thousand $92 five and for father of the case I’m going to introducing my friend Rajesh hi I’m Rogers I’m here to explain to do my last part of the presentation which is conclusion as you know our case is NSW bar system so in this case that is labeled under the two-toed law of negligence when there has been a breach of duty of care resulting in psychiatric injury of a plaintiff it is thus explained that a person with normal fortitude became a victim of mental harm and it would have been avoided our psychiatric injury was purchasable and the way perception affected our mental health it was led by defendants action tort law of negligence explains the duty of care cases and its understanding in the functional terms negligence law in relation with our case misses team versus NSW has been presented under the grounds of duty of care breach of Duty proximally and damages cost to the plaintiff for the more number of factors such as reasonable foreseeability and defendants role in the risk and the ham and in the effect of normal fortitude imposes judgmental wear on the court considering all these factors code had decided to pay a reward as a compensation to mrs. tame accepting our psychiatric illness but denied identifying the duty of care and the degree to which mrs. 10 claimed her normal fortitude being affected we agreed to court’s decision because whatever mrs. tame went through with her insurance company and depression code hey Lana stop reliable and payment of substantial amount and was fair for the failure of foreseeability test under all factors of tort law of negligence well satisfied court’s decision as well thank you this was our presentation on business law on the topic and a struggle for sustained thank you

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