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Mary was involved in a terrible accident that injured her back. She went to see Dr. Sally Spiney, a chiropractor, in hopes of improving the situation. Despite numerous visits, Mary’s back did not improve despite Dr. Spiney’s efforts in doing everything that any other chiropractor would. Mary then discovered that Dr. Spiney’s license was not valid. It turns out, because of a hectic schedule, Dr. Spiney’s license renewal sat at the bottom of the “to do” pile, forgotten about, until her renewal period ran out.
Does Mary have a claim of statutory negligence against Dr. Spiney?Grading can be reviewed and adjusted.Grading can be reviewed and adjusted.
Speedy Gonzales is tearing through the neighborhood at 70 miles per hour. He passes a school and, due to his high speed, fails to stop at a cross walk, hitting 3 kindergartners in the process. There is a statute in this town that says in areas marked as school zones, a speed shall not exceed 20 miles per hour.
Do the kindergartners’ parents have a claim of action for statutory negligence against Speedy?Grading can be reviewed and adjusted.Grading can be reviewed and adjusted.