Case 1 Brief - Huan Long (201005051) Case 1 Brief: VOSBRG,...

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Huan Long (201005051) Case 1 Brief: VOSBRG, Respondent, vs. UTNEY, Appelant Facts: On February 20 th , 1889, an eleven year-old boy kicked the shin of the right leg of a fourteen year-old boy in the high school. The touch was slight, however, the condition of plaintiff’s right tibia got worse and worse during the following month. Finally, he lost the use of his right limb forever. The plaintiff received an injury above the knee of some leg almost tow month before he got kicked. It was proved by at least one of the medical witness that the limb was in a diseased condition caused by microbes, which revivified by the kick. All in all, the medical testimony seems to have been agreed that this kick was the exciting cause of the injury to the plaintiff. The jury rendered a verdict for the plaintiff of $2,500. Rules of Law: 1. 2 Greenl. Ev. § 83 2. Issues: 1. Is the intentionality a key to decide if a person should be liable for his wrongdoing? 2.
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This note was uploaded on 11/22/2011 for the course BUS 306 taught by Professor Anhnamsung during the Spring '11 term at Solano Community College.

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Case 1 Brief - Huan Long (201005051) Case 1 Brief: VOSBRG,...

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