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...incident involving Charles crashing his boat with that of Bob Jones causing their boats, as well as a nearby pleasure cruiser, to capsize, Ada, Freddie, Gilly and Ted, and Michael all suffered damages as a result of the incident. In their case, however, because the damages suffered were results of an accident in which Charles, despite being the instigator, undeniably did not intend to cause it; claims for damages must be made on the grounds of negligence. In this respect, as illustrated in Lochgelly Iron and Coal Co v McMullan 1 "strict legal analysis" requires consideration for "the complex concept of duty, breach and damage thereby suffered by the person to whom the duty was owing... In the...