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Damages, Annuity Mortality
Table, and Pain
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ALPS Generic Exhibit Set (in
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This is a highly
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a very useful chart graphically illustrating
the range of vision for either eye.
Equals Distance Chart
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"(W)e are of the opinion that
it is the better policy to retain the distinction between the treatment of
negligent contractors and that of nonnegligent contractors. We hold, therefore,
that where a contractor who does not hold itself out as an expert in the design
of work such as that involved in the controvesy, performs its work without
negligence and the work is approved and accepted by the owner... the contractor
is not liable for injuries resulting from the defective work. The exceptions
for inherently dangerous to third person, apply in cases where the contractor
is guilty of negligence in the performance of its work - David Allen Co. v.
Benton, 260 Ga. 557 (1990)
Contractors can be held liable ""only if they performed the work
negligently or if they held themselves out as experts in design." Where
the contractor neither designated nor determined the details of a traffic
control plan, "but instead complied with explicit directions, specifications
and orders of the DOT with respect to erection of (the traffic control device),
that contractor could not be held liable..." Hubbard v. D.O.T., 256 Ga.
App. 342 (2002) '
( Aggravated or Exemplary ) Damages
'In tort actions there may be aggravating circumstances
which may warrent the awarding of additional damages called punitive damages.
In order for punitive damages to be awarded, the plaintiff must prove by clear
and convincing evidence that the defendant's actions showed willful misconduct,
malice, fruad, wantonness, oppression, or that entire want of care which would
raise the presumption of conscious indifference to consequences, then you would
not be authorized to make any award of punitive damages. Mere negligence, although
amounting to gross negligence, will not alone authorize a recovery of punitive
damages. Punitive damages when authorized, are awarded not as compensation to
a plaintiff, but solely to punish, penalize or deter a defendant. The measure
of such damages is your enlightened conscience as an impartial jury. O.C.G.A.
51-12-5.1 Alliance Transp., Inc. v. Mayer, 165 Ga. App. 344,345 (1983)'
'When an Injury can be traced directly to a wrongful
act, and but for such wrongful act it could not reasonably be supposed that
the injury would have resulted, this essentally antecedent act may be said to
be the Proximate Cause of the injury, Proximate Cause does not necessarily mean
that which is nearest, but refers rather to the efficient cause.'
Damages O.C.G.A - 51-12-5.1 f
'(I) f it is found that... the
defendant acted or failed to act while under the influence of alcohol (or) drugs...
to that degree that his or her judgement is substantially impaired, there shall
be no limitation regarding the amount which may be awarded as punitive damages
against an active tort-feasor...'
'Where one is confronted with a sudden
emergency, without sufficient time to determine
with certanty the best course to pursue, he is not held to the same accuracy
of judgement as would be required of him if he had time for deliberation. He
is not to be barred from a recovery because he exercised bad judgement under
the circumstances, but in such emergency is only charged with the duty of exercising
ordenary care and diligence under the circumstances.'
Reaction Situation - Proximate Cause
'A defendant may be held liable for an injury
where that person commits a negligent act which puts other forces in motion
or operation, which results in the injury, when such other forces are the natural
and probable result of the act which the defendent committed and which reasonably
should have been forseen by the defendant.'
to Avoid not Absolute
'The duty resting upon a person to avoid the
consequences of another's negligence after it becomes apparent is not absolute,
but is only a duty to exercise ordinary care to prevent the consequences of
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