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In cases where there is no evidence of negligent acts and where the case facts strongly suggest there was negligence, the doctrine of res ipsa loquitur relieves the plaintiff’s responsibility of proving there was breach of duty. The plaintiff must prove 3 elements. The injury resulted from an accident that normally wouldn’t occur without negligence. The defendant had control over the object causing the injury. The plaintiff didn’t cause the accident.
Torts - Res Ipsa Loquitur - Supreme Bar Review Torts - Res Ipsa Loquitur - Supreme Bar Review Plaintiff loses, is the right answer. final element, no contributory negligence by plaintiff what is the effect of Res Ipsa Loguitur? A inference of negligence, plaintiff gets the case to jury Supreme Bar Review lecture on Torts featuring Prof. Stephen Gard of Cleveland-Marshall College of Law. This portion of the lecture covers the issue of res ipsa loquitur