Being deeply concerned about your situation after a Norwalk CT car accident is very typical. Your body hurts. You cannot sleep, your mind races, how are you going to survive financially? We are here to help take the pressure off you so you can just worry about getting better.
Jury charges are instructions that the trial court judge will give to the jurors after the attorneys have made the closing statements, but before the jurors begin deliberations. There charges are the law in the State of Connecticut as it relates to certain decisions, which the jury will be called upon to make. One decision that the jury will have to make involves Proximate Cause, and an appropriate jury charge might be:
3.1-7 Proximate Cause (Foreseeable Risk)-Revised to January 1, 2008: To prove that an injury is a reasonably foreseeable consequence of negligent conduct, a plaintiff need not prove that the defendant actually foresaw or should have foreseen the extent of the harm suffered or the manner in which it occurred. Instead, the plaintiff must prove that it is a harm of the same general nature as that which a reasonably prudent person in the defendant's position should have anticipated, in view of what the defendant knew or should have known at the time of the negligent conduct.
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