Law of Tort: Causation Watch

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If X was seriously injured in an accident caused by Y and then his injuries were exacerbated (as a fact) by the delay of anambulance service, how would you approach causation and quantification of the damage? Which one is the most appropriate?
- Material contribution – Bonnington Castings v. Wardlaw / Environment Agency v. Ellis
- Doubling the risk – Sienkiewicz v. Grief
- Material increase of risk – McGhee v. National Coal Board / Fairchild v. Glenhaven Funeral Services Ltd.

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