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Legal Action for Negligence

Do You Want to Pursue Legal Action for Negligence?

Negligence in legal terms is the failure to conduct oneself with the level of care owed to others and in personal injury cases. There are legal action for negligence, the lawsuit will be devoted to proving the defendant’s negligence led to damages the plaintiff suffered from.

The elements needed to prove negligence are:

  1. Duty of care,
  2. Breach of that duty,
  3. Proximate causation, and
  4. Damages.

Essentially, negligence is the failure to exercise ‘reasonable’ care to prevent harm to another person. And if you’ve suffered harm caused by another’s breach of their duty, then you can sue for money damages.

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