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

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 sought compensation for the medical expenses of their daughter.

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Minor Children and the Rule of Sevens

Minors are held to a different standard than adults when determining whether they are contributorily negligent. North Carolina law measures a minor’s capacity for contributory negligence by their age and ability to discern and appreciate the circumstances of danger. Understandably, many minors cannot be held to the same degree of care as adults who have been able to garnish more life experiences.

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