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Jobling v Associated Dairies [1982] AC 794

This case considered the issue of causation and whether or not an illness of a man that became apparent prior to trial should be taken into account in the assessment of damages for an injury that occurred at work.

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Jobling v Associated Dairies [1982] AC 794
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