The ability of an insured to have had a reasonable anticipation that harm or injury would be a likely result of a certain act or an omitted act.----------[ Back
e.g. where liability is limited to whether the risk of injury could have been foreseen Lord Reid made likelihood, not foreseeability, the test of whether a human action breaks the chain of causation. foresee (v),foreseeable (adj)
element of law stating that a reasonable person should anticipate that injury may come from certain acts or omissions
A key issue in determining a person's liability. If a defendant could not reasonably have foreseen that someone might be hurt by his or her actions, then there may be no liability.
a tort law requirement that the consequences of a parties action or inaction could reasonably result in the injury