What are some examples of the "crumbling skull" concept in the test for causation?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Hinagpis v Adaza III, 2019 BCSC 880 (CanLII):

In Hosseinzadeh v. Leung, 2014 BCSC 2260, Justice Warren discussed the test for causation, the caution about inferring legal causation from temporal or sequential reasoning and the “crumbling skull” concept at paras. 67-68:

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