Analysis of Negligence Law in a Case Involving a Bengal Tiger
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This article analyzes the law of negligence in a case involving a Bengal tiger and provides insights on the duty of care, breach of duty, injury or damage, and defenses that a wrongdoer may take. The article discusses whether Mary and Cliff can claim from Susan for the damage suffered by them as per the law of negligence and whether Susan is liable to Mary and Cliff for the mental shock suffered by them due to the attack by Benji. The article concludes that while Susan had a duty of care towards Mary and Cliff, she cannot be held negligent as the damage caused was not reasonably foreseeable. However, Mary and Cliff can claim damages for mental shock from Susan.