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Negligence has to do with a type of law called tort law.
In order to have a case for negligence, one only needs to prove there is a duty that has been breached and an individual is the proximate cause.
The reasonable man rule assumes that everyone is judged by the common sense of the average person on the street.
Coaches and instructors are held to a higher standard than the common person on the street.
Coaches have a duty to teach, warn of impending dangers and supervise the activity.
Negligence is where there is a duty, breach of duty, and damages.
Assumption of risk is a common defense but may not apply where there is disregard for safety.
Comparative negligence apportions fault on a percentage basis.