Contributing Cause

A contributing cause is any cause that is not self-sufficient. Each of the necessary causes to explain the nature, magnitude, and timing of an adverse consequence are contributing causes. They are called contributing causes because they contribute to the causation of the consequence.

See also Self sufficient Cause.

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