Jill ran five miles yesterday, and right before she was done she fell and cut her arm so badly it required stitches.  Today, Carl bumped into Jill in the office because he was carelessly not watching where he was going as he was spinning around and around in a hallway.  The impact caused Jill’s stitches to bleed.  Jill then sued Carl for negligence, trying to recover the cost of her doctor’s bill.  Jill’s negligence will not hold in court because:
  • a)
     It lacks proximate cause.
  • b)
    It lacks duty of care
  • c)
      It lacks a breach of duty.  
  • d)
     It lacks actual harm.
Correct answer is option 'A'. Can you explain this answer?
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