What Is A 'Breach Causing Harm In Fact' Under Tort Law?
A 'breach causing harm in fact' is simply a breach wherein someone is actually physically harmed. For example, if someone throws a football over a fence and they intentionally try to hit a car and they do hit that car, and the car driver spins out of control and hits his head on the dashboard, that is in fact a breach that caused harm.
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