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Could a reasonable person have foreseen the plaintiff's injury?

If a risk is reasonably foreseeable, does one have a duty to prevent it?


It is not enough that the event should be such as can reasonably be foreseen; the further result that injury is likely to follow must also be such as a reasonable man would contemplate, before he can be convicted of actionable negligence.

The remote possibility of an injury occurring is not enough; there must be sufficient probability to lead a reasonable man to anticipate it.

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