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    Negligently Incurred Work Injuries

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    Beatrice sues her employer for a negligently incurred injury. The employer attempts to show that it was the acts of one of Beatrice's coworkers that caused Beatrice's injuries. The employer is asserting:
    Answer

    A.the fellow servant rule.

    B.assumption of the risk.

    C.the greater danger defense.

    D.contributory negligence.

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    A. the fellow servant rule.

    The fellow-servant rule is a rule that prevents employees from recovering damages from the ...

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