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Howard Robert Roitman

Las Vegas Car / Auto Accident Lawyer.

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  1. Bounce House Injuries

    Written by attorney Howard Roitman, over 1 year ago.

    Pediatric inflatable bouncer–related injuries have increased rapidly in recent years. This increase, along with similarities to trampoline-related injuries

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  2. Battery

    Written by attorney Howard Roitman, over 1 year ago.

    Battery,Unlike criminal law, which recognizes degrees of various crimes involving physical contact, there is but a single tort of battery

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  3. Economic torts protect people from interference with their trade or business.

    Written by attorney Howard Roitman, over 1 year ago.

    Economic torts Economic torts protect people from interference with their trade or business. The area includes the doctrine of restraint of trade and has largely been submerged in the twentieth century by statutory interventions on collective labor law and modern antitrust or com...

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  4. Intentional torts

    Written by attorney Howard Roitman, over 1 year ago.

    Intentional torts Intentional torts are any intentional acts that are reasonably foreseeable to cause harm to an individual, and that do so. Intentional torts have several subcategories: Torts against the person include assault, battery, false imprisonment, intentional inflictio...

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  5. Nuisance

    Written by attorney Howard Roitman, over 1 year ago.

    Nuisance Legally, the term nuisance is traditionally used in three ways: to describe an activity or condition that is harmful or annoying to others (example- indecent conduct, a rubbish heap or a smoking chimney) to describe the harm caused by the before-mentioned activity or c...

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  6. Duty of Care

    Written by attorney Howard Roitman, over 1 year ago.

    Duty of care The first element of negligence is the legalduty of care. This concerns the relationship between the defendant and the plaintiff, which must be such that there is an obligation upon the defendant to take proper care to avoid causing injury to the plaintiff in all the...

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  7. Negligence

    Written by attorney Howard Roitman, over 1 year ago.

    Negligence Negligence is a tort which depends on the existence of a breaking of the duty of care owed by one person to another. One well-known case isDonoghue v Stevensonwhere Mrs. Donoghue consumed part of a drink containing a decomposed snail while in a public bar in Paisley, S...

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  8. Torts

    Written by attorney Howard Roitman, over 1 year ago.

    Torts may be categorized in several ways: one such way is to divide them into Negligence, Intentional Torts, and Quasi-Torts. The standard action in tort isnegligence. The tort of negligence provides a cause of action leading to damages, or to relief, in each case designed to pro...

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  9. Civil Wrongs

    Written by attorney Howard Roitman, over 1 year ago.

    Atort, incommon lawjurisdictions, is acivil wrong.Tort law deals with situations where a person's behaviour has unfairly caused someone else to suffer loss or harm. A tort is not necessarily an illegal act but causes harm. The law allows anyone who is harmed to recover their loss...

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  10. Practice Marketing

    Written by attorney Howard Roitman, almost 2 years ago.

    Professionals now must also be marketers to succeed, no matter how good they are in the technical aspects of their profession.

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