VOLUNTARY EXPOSURE TO UNNECESSARY DANGER

VOLUNTARY EXPOSURE TO UNNECESSARY DANGER

voluntary exposure to unnecessary danger. An intentional act that, from the standpoint of a reasonable person, gives rise to an undue risk of harm. ? The phrase implies a conscious, deliberate exposure of which one is consciously willing to take the risk. [Cases: Insurance 2592. C.J.S. Insurance ¡ì 882.]
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