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#law #negligence #tort
An early example of a primary victim is the claimant in Dulieu v White [1901] 2 KB 669. The claimant was a pregnant barmaid. The defendant negligently crashed his coach and horses through a wall in her pub. She suffered nervous shock (and later a miscarriage) because she reasonably feared that she would be harmed in the collision. She was entitled to recover as a primary victim.
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