There are two types of intervening causes: foreseeable and unforeseeable. Learn why they are important and how to use them on an exam.
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Today I want to explain, in simple terms, intervening causes. As you know, a person that commits a wrongful act and is the actual cause of the act must also be the proximate cause of the harm to be held liable. But sometimes, a court or jury might find that the wrongdoer is not liable because the type of injury was unforeseeable or there was an unforeseeable intervening event. In this episode I want to explore intervening events.
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