"Casebook on Torts is essential reading for students new to studying tort law at undergraduate level. It provides a selection of extracts from leading cases which clearly illustrate the essence and reasoning behind each decision made. As a case-driven subject, decisions matter not only to the individuals concerned, but also in a wider context, and each extract is accompanied by author commentary wherein the key elements of each case are identified and analyzed. The 11th edition has been fully updated to include the following new case extracts: On Negligence: Smith v Chief Constable of Sussex, Gray v Thames Trains; On Causation: Corr v IBC. Online Resource Centre: Updates, Web links"--Provided by publisher.