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New York Consolidated Laws, Civil Practice Law and Rules - CVP § 1411. Damages recoverable when contributory negligence or assumption of risk is established

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In any action to recover damages for personal injury, injury to property, or wrongful death, the culpable conduct attributable to the claimant or to the decedent, including contributory negligence or assumption of risk, shall not bar recovery, but the amount of damages otherwise recoverable shall be diminished in the proportion which the culpable conduct attributable to the claimant or decedent bears to the culpable conduct which caused the damages.

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