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Most of us understand the concept of negligence. We first need a duty of care – from the defendant to the plaintiff. We then need a breach of the duty of care and injury to the plaintiff. However, this concept of negligence is not enough to establish liability. The injured plaintiff must also show causation (i.e. the defendant’s negligence has caused the plaintiff’s injury). Negligence without causation results in a plaintiff receiving no compensation whatever.

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