Court rejects stabbed man's claim woman should have warned of dangerous ex

The plaintiff argues that the trial court should have found that special circumstances existed that would support a finding of a legal duty owed to him by the defendant and, therefore, should have denied the defendantís motion to dismiss. The defendant counters that the trial court was correct in granting her motion to dismiss because the plaintiffís writ of summons did not allege special circumstances or a special relationship sufficient to impose a duty to warn or protect the plaintiff from Brysonís assault.


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