Negligence describes a situation in which a person acts in a careless manner, which results in someone else getting hurt or property being damaged. Someone can be negligent when they act in a careless manner, when part of their action was careless, or when they didn’t act and should have.
We will determine who our target defendant is in the case and prove they didn’t act reasonably or did not act to the standard of how a reasonable person would have acted. If we can do that then we have proven negligence. There are different ways to prove negligence. Some examples are accident reports, witnesses and expert witnesses, photographs or videos, or any other evidence we have collected.
If you have any questions about negligence or a personal injury case, please call me or one of my partners at 407-254-4901 or text us at 407-644-4444. We are always happy to offer a no-obligation, free consultation to discuss your case with you.