Neglsum - A.B.F. FREIGHT SYSTEMS, INC., Appellant v....

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A.B.F. FREIGHT SYSTEMS, INC., Appellant v. AUSTRIAN IMPORT SERVICE, INC., Appellee No. 05-89-01415-CV COURT OF APPEALS OF TEXAS, Fifth District, Dallas 798 S.W.2d 606; 1990 Tex. App. LEXIS 2849 October 3, 1990, Filed The elements are a legal duty owed by one person to another, a breach of that duty, and damages proximately resulting from such breach. LEE LEWIS CONSTRUCTION, INC., PETITIONER v. NORMA HARRISON, INDIVIDUALLY AND AS NEXT FRIEND OF SUMER DAWN HARRISON AND JIMMIE THOR HARRISON, MINORS, AND SELLIE E. HARRISON AND MAY HARRISON, RESPONDENTS NO. 99-0793 SUPREME COURT OF TEXAS 70 S.W.3d 778; 2001 Tex. LEXIS 132; 45 Tex. Sup. J. 232 April 5, 2000, Argued December 20, 2001, Delivered To sustain a negligence action, the plaintiff must produce evidence of a legal duty owed by the defendant to the plaintiff, a breach of that duty, and damages proximately caused by that breach. Proximate cause comprises two elements: cause-in-fact and foreseeability. Doe v. Boys Clubs of Greater Dallas, Inc., 907 S.W.2d 472, 477 (Tex. 1995).
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