Negligence per se
Negligence per se is a method of satisfying the elements of duty and breach by applying a statute or code.
Here, the court is likely to find the statute in question was designed/ enacted to:________
Negligence per se can be used if the following two requirements are met: (1) the defendant is within the class of people intended to be protected by the statute and (2) the specific injury the defendant suffers was intended to be prevented by the statute.
Thus, the statute does/does not satisfy both requirements.
Here, the jurisdiction for negligence by statute is _________.
Thus, may/may not be successful in providing a defense to negligence per se... proving negligence per se.