Author traces the history of legal duty in prenatal injury cases and examines the factors which contributed to the expansion and evolution of such duty. Author examines the approaches used by courts in deciding whether to grant a cause of action for prenatal injuries and analyzes recent decisions and what effect they may have on the future prenatal injury litigation.
Legal Duty to the Unborn Plaintiff: Is There a Limit,
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