Highest Degree of Care Law and Legal Definition
Highest degree of care refers to that degree of care applied by a person in a given circumstances. The degree of care exercised is proportional to the danger involved.
The following is an example of a case law of highest degree of care:The highest degree of care is meant that degree of care, human skill and foresight, which a reasonably careful and prudent person would ordinarily and customarily exercise under the same, or similar, circumstances. [Jungeblut v. Maris, 351 Mo. 301, 305 (Mo. 1943)].
Legal Definition list
- Highest Adjacent Grade
- Higher Pay Band [Administrative Personnel]
- Higher Margin Level
- Higher Education Facilities Act
- High-Yield Bond Fund
- Highest Degree of Care
- Highest Home Energy Needs
- Highest Possible Degree Available [Education]
- Highly Compensated Employee [Internal Revenue]
- Highly Competent Early Childhood Educator
- Highly Confidential Business Information