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Palsgraf v Long Island Railway Co. (1928) 162 NE 99

This case considered the issue of reasonable foreseeability and whether or not the injuries of a woman were reasonably foreseeable as a result of the negligent actions of employees of a railway on the platform of a railway station.

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Palsgraf v Long Island Railway Co. (1928) 162 NE 99
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