Chester v. Afshar: Stepping Further Away from Causation?
McGill University - Faculty of Law
Singapore Journal of Legal Studies, 2005
Shortly after Fairchild v. Glenhaven Funeral Services Ltd., the House of Lords once again departed from orthodox causation rules in order to assist what it thought was a deserving plaintiff. In Chester v. Afshar, the highest English court went further than it had previously dared to by accepting such a departure in a medical liability case.
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Date posted: December 21, 2006
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