Personal Injury Q&A

What is negligence?

Negligence is conduct that does not meet the standards of care developed by legislation for the protection of other individuals against undue risk of injury.

Negligence can be determined by the duty of care an individual holds and the breach of that duty. Duty of care refers to the responsibility one person has in preventing harm to another. Most personal injury cases are built on trying to prove that this duty of care was not followed.

An injury can cause major life-changing events to take place. You could lose your job or become permanently disabled. When dealing with an injury, it’s important to try and get your life back on track. The personal injury attorneys at Brandon Legal Group are here to help you in that goal. If you have an accident resulting in injury, contact Brandon Legal Group.

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