This post looks at the liability for psychiatric harm in the tort of negligence. The first video explores primary victims and second video looks at secondary victims. The final video looks at the policy reasons for restricting secondary victims. Before the videos, an overview photo is depicted.
Video 1 – Primary Victims:
Video 2 – Secondary Victims:
Video 3 – Policy justifications for secondary victim restrictions:
This post looks at the objective standard of care test as prescribed for establishing breach and then goes on to consider special situations and the doctrine of res ipsa loquitur.
This video introduces the causation requirement in criminal law.
But before preceding to the videos here is a JPEG overview:
There are 6 types of Novus Actus Interveniens that will be explored:
1. Natural Interventions/Acts of God
2. Third Party Interventions
3. Medical Interventions
4. Drug Supply
5. Thin Skull/Egg Shell Rule
6. Victim Flight
This video is about the advantages and disadvantages of strict liability offences.