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After your case is presented to the jury, it will be up to the trial court judge to instruct the jury as to the way they are to deliberate. Therefore, before the jury begins deliberations, the judge will provide the jurors with jury charges so they know how to apply Connecticut law to the facts that have been proven in court. There are a number of issues that have to be decided by the jury, such as Proximate Cause, so the judge might instruct the jury about the following jury charge:
3.1-3 Proximate Cause (Definition)-Revised to January 1, 2008: Negligence is a proximate cause of an injury if it was a substantial factor in bringing the injury about.
The insurance company of the person who caused your Connecticut car accident case has adjusters, investigators and lawyers working on your case so they can determine how to pay you the least amount of money possible. You need someone working for you.