One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Shouldn't such a pledge be made before the injured, not injurers?’
- ‘The whole point of negligence law is to provide society with a vocabulary through which victims can confront their injurers which does not demand proof of criminal conduct.’
- ‘In fact, to the extent liability is based on negligence - that is, if you injure someone through sheer accident, having taken all precautions, you pay nothing - injurers pay too little.’
- ‘However, it is usually recognised that those who cause injuries should themselves face at least some of the injury costs, in order to provide potential injurers with an incentive to take care.’
- ‘There is no doubt that I can in another way hold the injurer of my daughter responsible.’
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