Defendant automobile driver, stopping his car between a line of parked motor cars and some street car tracks, opened the door on the left side of the automobile, with the result that the handle bar of plaintiff's bicycle struck the edge of the car door and plaintiff was thrown to the ground and injured. In the supreme court of Wisconsin, in an opinion containing, among other interesting features, model instructions for juries in the trial courts, it was held that liability for consequences of negligent acts is not limited to probable consequences but may attach to unforeseeable and improbable consequences. Osborne v. Montgomery (Wis. 1931) 234 N.W. 372.

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