Baker v Willoughby 
- The defendant ran over the claimant’s leg, causing permanent compensable injury
- Before the trial, the claimant was shot in the same leg by a criminal which then required amputation
- Was the defendant absolved from liability at the time of the shooting?
- The driver continued to be liable as if the shooting had never occurred
Posted in Tort Law Revision Notes.
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