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An action that, in a natural and continuous sequence, produces a loss is the



A. Hazard.
B. Proximate cause.
C. Appraisal point.
D. Exposure.

This question is part of Chapter 6 : Introduction to Liability Insurance
Asked by Fsspc, Last updated: Feb 09, 2020

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John Smith

John Smith

Answered Dec 22, 2016

Proximate cause.

B is correct. Proximate cause is one of the elements required to establish a charge of negligence. It is an action that, in a natural and continuous sequence, produces a loss.
 

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