Drake v Harbour – Times Law Reports

Posted March 25th, 2008 in causation, law reports, negligence by sally

Drake v Harbour

Court of Appeal

“Where a claimant proved both that a defendant was negligent and that loss ensued which was of a kind likely to have resulted from such negligence, that would ordinarily be enough to enable a court to infer that it was probably so caused, even if the claimant was unable to prove positively the precise mechanism.”

The Times, 24th March 2008

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