Negligence – Atlanta Personal Injury Law
We are often asked what negligence is as it relates to Personal Injury Law (Civil Negligence) and Criminal Law (Criminal Negligence). Negligence is the most common basis for a personal injury lawsuit. The Plaintiffs must establish 4 elements to win a negligence lawsuit: Duty, breach, causation, and damages. The first two elements are often the most complicated to prove, which is why you need an experienced Law Firm to represent your case.
When a person is negligent or careless in a way that causes harm or death to someone else, the victim or the victim’s family can sue. Negligence can lead to a civil lawsuit or a criminal lawsuit depending on the circumstances of the case. Our Law Firm can help you defend your case. Our focus is always maximum recovery for our clients. Contact us to speak to our experienced legal team.
Dealing with medicine is not a black and white issue. It is technical and complicated and takes proven professionals to present your side of the case. It takes experienced medical malpractice lawyers who specialize in medical negligence cases and knowledgeable experts in the field of medicine. We are cautious in our selection of medical experts because we know it matters. We’re here to help you or someone you love that has been the victim of medical malpractice. Medical Malpractice is often caused by the negligence of a Medical Professional. In the case of serious injury or death due to this negligence, a Medical Malpractice Suit is filed.
How Georgia Law can affect your Personal Injury Case
In any personal injury case, two major factors in the final outcome are proving negligence and causation
Georgia Is A Modified Comparative Negligence State
This is why it is essential to hire an experienced Personal Injury Attorney that is knowledgable and experienced when it comes to Negligence Law in GA.
Experience counts when it comes to building an effective case that demonstrates the other party is more than half responsible for the accident.