Liabilities are everywhere—in the quality of food that you eat at restaurants, the state of equipment used in a hospital, or even the safety of the car that you drive. Businesses must always be prepared to think about potential liabilities and how they can impact business operations.
Imagine that you are the owner of a grocery store. A customer happens to slip and fall in the produce aisle, breaking his leg.
- Who is legally responsible for this injury?
- How could this impact your business in the future?
When replying to other students, consider discussing the following: