Determining Negligence –

ence in your case and need a negligent attorney? This video can provide an overview of the process of determining negligence and the tools needed.

Negligence may be described as the non-compliance with the law reasonably in the similar situations. Some of the primary factors to be considered when finding out if a person’s behaviour does not meet the standards of reasonable care include the likelihood of foreseeable harm that act of conduct could cause injuries, the probable severity the harm that could occur, as well as the need of precautions to eliminate or lower the likelihood of injury. These are some of the considerations Cornell Law School says. For establishing negligence, there must be four factors. It starts with the existence of some legal obligation the defendant had to the plaintiff. Following is the breach by the defendant of the duty. It is also possible for the plaintiff to prove sufferance of an injury. You will also need to prove that the defendant caused your injuries. It is typically done via proximate causes. Most often, if a defendant was required to take action, but did not (resulting in breach), and that breach caused injury and the action of the defendant is deemed to be negligent, it will be classified as infractions.