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Donoghue v Stevenson

Woman drunk ginger beer containing a decomosing snail

Langley v Drake

Reasonably forseeable a high speed car crah would result in injury

Hill v Chief Constable of West Yorkshire

Not sufficient proximity since Miss Hill was at no special risk

Mulcahy v MOD

Not f, j, or r to impose a duty since the injury took place during an active combat situation

Glasgow v Muir

Man on the Clapham Omnibus

Bolton v Stone

Cricket balls went over the fence very rarely and therefore harm was unlikely

Paris v Stepney

Claimant at risk of complete blindness and employer should have taken more precautions

Latimer v AEC

Not practical to expect the factory to close in response to slippery floor

Watt v Herts

Rescuing trapped woman outweighed risk in not securing lorry jack

Barnett v Chelsea and Kensington

Would have died whether or not there hospital treated him

Smith v Leech Brain

Claimant particularly vunerable to serious injury but defendant was obligued to take their victim as they found them

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