General Instructions for Learning Activities * Read/watch all assigned materials listed for the week in the Course Content* Cite to assigned materials in all responses in Learning Activities* Use only assigned materials to complete Learning Activities; do not use internet unless otherwise instructed* Include in-text citations and a Reference List for in-text citations * Write in correct, complete sentences, in paragraph format unless otherwise instructed* Submit Learning Activities to Assignment FolderLearning Activity: due 11:59 pm ET, ThursdaySUBMIT TO ASSIGNMENT FOLDER. Background: With some understanding of the legal system, the GC owners can now shift focus to examining specific areas of law that create potential risks and liabilities for their business. The group knows from their business experience, that businesses face serious and costly risks and legal liabilities stemming from tort law. Unintentional harm resulting from accidents, such as negligence, can result in costly litigation. For example, Madison’s remodeling business was sued by a client injured when one of the roofing employees accidentally dropped a ladder on that clients leg. The GC owners are concerned about the possibility of accidents occurring during cleaning of GC clients’s property, and accidents occurring in Green Clean public offices that could create risks of negligence and premises liability. Instructions: Winnie and Ralph have given you the responsibility of analyzing and summarizing potential negligence and premises liability risks that GC might face in its business operations.You decide to analyze a hypothetical fact scenario to present to the GC owners to help explain GC’s potential negligence liability for accidents occurring on clients’ property during cleaning. The analysis will be presented at the next meeting with GC owners and TLG. Your analysis will address only the tort of negligence. Analyze the following Fact Scenario and respond to the questions regarding the scenario. Fact Scenario: Jack, a GC cleaning employee, was part of a team assigned to clean Client A’s office building. Jack’s job was to vacuum the floors. Jack plugged GC’s large commercial style vacuum cleaner into a nearby outlet and began vacuuming Client A’s building. After vacuuming for a few minutes, Jack tripped over the vacuum’s long electrical cord, fell, and broke his ankle. Jack went to the hospital ER via ambulance. A walking cast was applied to the ankle after it was determined he did not need surgery. Jack missed a week of work. 1. Will Client A be liable for negligence for Jack’s injuries, and why or why not?2. Will GC be liable for negligence for Jack’s injuries, and why or why not?3. Will Maryland’s Workers Compensation law likely cover the medical expenses associated with Jack’s injury, and why or why not?Format Instructions:Prepare the analysis in a report, addressed to Winnie and Ralph, to be used in discussion with the GC owners.The report should address the questions in the Instructions above. Follow the format below.REPORTTO: Winnie James, Ralph AndersFROM: (your name)DATE:RE: Green Clean Negligence Risks and Liabilities1.2.3.___________________________Write in correct, complete sentences in paragraph format.
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