Friday, October 10, 2014

Gentry v. Douglas Hereford case brief summary


Gentry v. Douglas Hereford case brief summary


F: TC ruled in favor of D
D stumbled from the steps and his rifle discharged, and struck P in the head, and P died.
I: whether in situation where P cannot describe what caused her injury, the negligence on the part of D is not a cause of the P’s injury merely because the accident happened on their land.
R: In situation where P cannot describe what caused her injury, the negligence on the part of D is not a cause of the P’s injury merely because the accident happened on their land.
A:
P has offered no substantial evidence that any condition on the property caused D to stumble and flal immediately before his
rifle discharged and struck the D.
C: affirmed

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