are too remote if a reasonable man would not have foreseen them.
a reasonable man would have foreseen any
damage to plaintiff as likely to result from his act, then he is liable for
direct consequences of his act suffered by plaintiff, whether a reasonable man
would have foreseen them or not.
law in favour of second rule.
ship, where benzene had leaked.
held responsible for all the direct consequences of the negligence, even though
they could not reasonably have been anticipated.