Contracts, Torts and Negligence


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Essay #: 058167
Total text length is 8,405 characters (approximately 5.8 pages).

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Contracts, Torts and Negligence
This paper shall compare a hypothetical claim of a patient, Jim, against his dentist, Doctor Kathy. It will review the negligence claim of Jim against Doctor Kathy and likelihood of success. Then a review of the breach of contract claim that Jim can pursue against Doctor Kathy and its likelihood of success. The two claims shall be reviewed and the best course of action will be recommended.
Contracts and Torts
Jim enters into a contract with Doctor Kathy to provide dental treatment on an as needed basis. Doctor Kathy, as an incentive to her patients to contract with her rather than through some insurance plan for dental services, offers a 15% discount on all dental treatment to those patients who...
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