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Proving Negligence in a Personal Injury Case

When it comes to personal injury cases, proving that the other party has been negligent is key. Negligence indicates that the party at fault did not approach the situation with reasonable care. Below are four things that will help you prove negligence in a personal injury case.

Duty of Care: The negligent person did not take measure to prevent the injury from occurring.

Breach of Duty: The negligent person did not inform the victim about the substantial risk of injury.

Direct Cause: The party at fault’s actions directly led to the injury.

Harm: The injured victim suffered a monetary loss because of the negligent person.

Have you or a loved one suffered an injury due to the negligence of another person? Contact Levine & Wiss. It is important that you consult an attorney as soon as possible. The sooner you call us, the better your chances of recovery will be, as we may still be able to preserve the scene where the injury occurred via photographic evidence and witness accounts. Contact us at 1-888-GOT-HURT (1-888-468-4878) for a free consultation.

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