2 Examples of Negligence that can Result in Personal Injury

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Today we are sharing 2 Examples of Negligence that can Result in Personal Injury

Negligence – the failure to use reasonable care, resulting in damage or injury to another, is the most common basis for a personal injury lawsuit. As the attorney to the plaintiff’s we must establish duty, breach of this duty, causation, and damages to successfully argue a case. The last two items will involve proving that you were actually harmed/caused injury, and that the defendant’s actions were the cause of your injuries.
In personal injury cases typically the first two items are often the most complicated to clearly prove. At Tindall Law Firm, LLC, we have the experience, knowledge, and tools to handle all aspects of a personal injury lawsuit in Connecticut, including proving establishing the 4 elements of negligence outlined above. We have enjoyed a great deal of success over Attorney Tindall’s 22 year career of handling these matters. See out case results link here: https://tindall-lawfirm.com/case-results/

Personal Injury in Automobile Accidents
Every driver on the road has a duty and is solely responsible for exercising reasonable care and avoiding injuring to other drivers, pedestrians, and bikers. If a distracted driver fails to exercise this “duty of care,” he or she is in “breach” (or negligent) of the duty owed to other drivers. If this wrongful action or failure to exercise due care causes an accident that causes injuries, it is considered negligence. Distracted drivers are the number one cause of personal injury accidents.

Personal Injury in Premises Liability
One of the most common types of premises liability cases in Connecticut involve slip and fall accidents. All property owners have a responsibility to take reasonable steps to ensure the safety of visitors. If an owner’s negligence causes an accident or injury, either through direct action, such as creating a display that is defective causing injury, or failing to maintain their property so that it is free of defects that cause others to become injured, the injury victim would be entitled to collect damages for the harms and losses caused by this negligence of the owner. For example, it is not uncommon for shoppers to be injured in retail stores, big-box and discount warehouses, grocery stores and shopping malls. These properties often contain hazards that result in injuries from slip-and-fall or trip-and-fall accidents. Falling objects also cause numerous injuries every year from defective displays.

We Seek Justice for Injury Victims and Their families

We take personal injury cases very seriously and devote the time and resources necessary to bring your case to a successful resolution. As an experienced lawyer, Tavis Tindall understands the importance of working closely with clients from beginning to end. From car accidents to slip-and-fall accidents and spinal cord injuries, attorney Tindall and his staff provide quality service while maintaining the highest ethical standards. Our very successful case results are a testimony to Attorney Tindall’s quality work on behalf of injured victims. https://tindall-lawfirm.com/case-results/

For a free consultation with a Waterbury personal injury attorney, please call 203.755.0018 or contact us online. All cases are taken on a contingency fee basis. If we accept your case, you pay no fee or costs unless we recover damages for you.