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Case Summary: Parental Recovery of a Minor Child’s Medical Expenses

Parental Recovery of a Minor Child’s Medical Expenses Moquin v. Hedrick 163 N.C. App. 345 (2004) Court of Appeals of North Carolina Background The plaintiffs in this case included both Elizabeth Moquin (the minor daughter), who was injured in an automobile accident, and her parents, David and Lynn Moquin (the parents). The daughter sought damages for personal injuries sustained in the accident, while the parents…

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Minor Children and the Rule of Sevens

Minor Children and the Rule of Sevens Many personal injury cases, especially those involving automobile accidents, focus on the issue of negligence. Negligence can be understood as the failure of one party to exercise a reasonable degree of care owed to a second party, which results in injury to that second party’s person or property. Reasonable care is the degree of caution that a rational…

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