Trace Your Case


Did the defendant do an act calculated to cause physical harm to the plaintiff?

Could a reasonable person foresee such consequences?


It is difficult to imagine that such a statement, made suddenly and with apparent seriousness, could fail to produce grave effects under the circumstances upon any but an exceptionally indifferent person, and therefore an intention to produce such an effect must be imputed, and it is no answer in law to say that more harm was done than was anticipated, for that is commonly the case with all wrongs.

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