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CHAPTER 6 REVIEW Let the Games Begin. Personal Injury Laws. Students will divide into 4 teams based on the seating assignments. Each team will send one member of the group up to be questioned.

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Students will divide into 4 teams based on the seating assignments.

  • Each team will send one member of the group up to be questioned.
  • The teacher will read each question out in its entirety before the student will have an opportunity to answer.
  • The first person to correctly guess the answer will win the point for their team.
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good luck

If the first person does not get the answer correct, the other three teams will have an opportunity to “steal” the point for their team.

  • The first team to get to 10 points will win the game!
  • There is no such thing as second place!
GOOD LUCK!
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A type of liability that makes the defendant liable if he or she engaged in an activity that resulted in injury, regardless of whether or not he or she was negligent -