In Hector Martinez v. Southern Pacific 606 F.2d 106 (5th Cir. 1979), the court ruled that, "a plaintiff need not show that the harm was the "most foreseeable" result. It is enough to show that it was "not so remote as to make it unforeseeable to a reasonable person at the time of the contract." Project Wonderful - Your ad here, right now, for as low as $0
"Hector Martinez v. Southern Pacific Case Brief"