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Answer each question Each answer should have a minimum of 5 sentences Romeo is a sprinter on the track team. At the first meet of the season, he is nosed out by Mercutio, the star of the visiting team. And a burst of good sportsmanship, he goes over to Mercutio,, slaps him hardly on the back, and says “great run, Mercutio!” Mercutio, who, is it turns out, is very sensitive about being touched by strangers, reacts rage at the contact. Is Romeo liable for battery? Supposed that, instead of a quarry, and abandoned well existed on the property, covered with some boards placed there for a few years ago and now beginning to rot. Trinculo, wondering the grounds, does not see the whale, which is covered with autumn leaves. He falls through, is injured and sues costarred for negligence. He is likely to prove negligence? One more variation on Cheever’s lightbulb woes. Let’s assume that the case takes place in a comparative negligence jurisdiction. Under comparative negligence the jury not only decides whether the parties were negligent, they also assign percentages of negligence to all parties who caused the accident. The plaintiffs damages are then reduced to account for her negligence. For example, if the jury found the defendant 60% negligent and the plaintive 40% negligent, the plaintive would recover 60% of the damages. Assuming that O’Connor sues Cheever and a state that applies comparative negligence and that Cheever has no excuse for violating the lighting statue what would be the effect of the negligence Per se doctrine and the case? Discuss the concept of eggshell plaintiff ? How is cause-in-fact different from proximate cause ? What is a dependent intervening force?