Washington Civil Jury Instructions
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- About the Author
- Preliminary Materials
- Part I. General Instructions
- Part II. Negligence—Risk—Misconduct—Proximate Cause
- Part III. Issues—Burden of Proof
- Part IV. Damages
- Part V. Multiple Parties and Pleadings—Forms of Verdicts
- Part VI. Agency and Partnership—Torts
- Part VII. Statutory Violations
- Part VIII. Motor Vehicles
- Part IX. Particularized Standards of Conduct
- Part X. Owners and Occupiers of Land
- Part X-A. Eminent Domain
- Part XI. Workers' Compensation
- Part XII. Fraud
- Part XIII. Contracts
- Part XIV. Consumer Protection
- Part XV. Insurance Bad Faith
- Part XVI. Employment
- Part XVII. Civil Rights
- Part XVIII. Commercial Litigation
- Part XIX. Involuntary Treatment
- Part XX. Alcohol Liability
- Part XXI. Nuisance