We Are Dedicated Bay Area Personal Injury Lawyers
"We fight for people who are injured due to the fault of others and do it with honesty, integrity, and excellence."
Negligent actions can lead to devastating accidents of many kinds. For instance, motor vehicle wrecks, tripping accidents, and medical malpractice are only a few of the ways an individual may sustain significant injuries. If a negligent person or business caused you to suffer injuries, you should consult a San Francisco personal injury lawyer for assistance in filing a civil claim.
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Establishing Negligence in an Accident Case
Negligence is a legal term describing individuals who fail to act with a certain level of care in a given situation. For instance, all motorists have a legal obligation to follow traffic laws and to drive safely to protect others on the road. If they fail to meet this standard of care, their negligence could make them liable for any resulting accidents that cause serious injuries or property damage.
A personal injury attorney in San Francisco could evaluate the validity of any claims and work toward building a sound case. To prove negligence in a civil claim, injured parties and their legal representation must prove the defendant owed a legal duty of care to the plaintiff, the negligent party acted or failed to act in a way that breached their legal duty of care, this breach was the direct cause of the claimant’s injuries, and that the plaintiff suffered quantifiable damages due to their injuries and losses.
If you can establish that the negligence of another party proximately caused your injuries, you may have a viable personal injury claim to seek compensation for your losses. These damages may include medical expenses, lost income, and pain and suffering. As these lawsuits are subject to various laws and legal deadlines, contacting an attorney is highly encouraged.