We may say, speaking somewhat roughly, that a stimulus applied to the nervous system, like a spark to dynamite, is able to take advantage of the stored energy in unstable equilibrium, and thus to produce movements out of proportion to the proximate cause
As the fog had been the proximate cause
of this sumptuous repast, so the fog served for its general sauce.
This was the proximate cause
, I suppose, of my dreaming about him, for what appeared to me to be half the night; and dreaming, among other things, that he had launched Mr.
115) In applying the proximate cause
standard, the D.
The court held, inter alia, that because the defendants' motions for summary judgment raised only the issue of proximate cause
, the plaintiff understandably responded to the motion with evidence demonstrating that one of the two nurses proximately caused the injury.
Conversely, a few district and appellate courts have ruled the statute's proximate cause
requirement is limited to a far narrower category of losses.
Editor's Note: The law is that a defendant, if responsible and liable because he or she has caused an injury to another for which he or she has been the direct and proximate cause
, must accept the victim as he or she finds the victim.
Third, he must find that the person's negligence or willful misconduct was the proximate cause
of the LDD to government property--that is,
The significance of fossils from the evolutionary point of view is crucial, which may provide solid information about clue of change in climate and proximate cause
of its extinction.
The court found the companies, including Bear Stearns, Goldman Sachs and Wells Fargo, were financing a market for subprime loans rather than making the loans directly to Cleveland homeowners, so the proximate cause
standards set in a 1992 Supreme Court decision, Holmes v.
au, the lawsuit said, "As a direct and proximate cause
of Defendant Google's careless, reckless, and negligent providing of unsafe directions, Plaintiff Lauren Rosenberg was led onto a dangerous highway, and was thereby stricken by a motor vehicle".
I would welcome a corresponding article addressing the proximate cause
of the problems: the scandalous pre-college undereducation of so many of the matriculating students.