How Can We Go About Proving Negligence in a Personal Injury Case
I am Connecticut personal injury lawyer Richard Hastings In order to receive compensation in a personal injury case, we must first prove that the other party was negligent.
To prove negligence, we must show that the at fault party owed you a duty of care, breached that duty, caused your injuries, and that you suffered damages as a result.
Evidence such as the police investigation, witness statements and investigator's findings, expert reports and medical records can help prove negligence.
Our personal injury attorneys have the experience and expertise to gather evidence and build a strong case on your behalf.
Contact us today to schedule a free consultation and get the legal representation you need to help maximize the amount of money you can receive.
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What Is Negligence?
Negligence is a complicated legal concept, which is why you should not attempt to determine whether you have a case on your own. If you're a resident of Ridgefield or any other local community, speak to our Connecticut personal injury lawyers about your claim.
The injury attorneys at Hastings, Cohan, and Walsh, LLP have decades of experience navigating these types of cases. We understand how to prove negligence. We listen to your story with compassion and understanding, and if you have a viable claim, we can explain your legal options and how your case will likely proceed through the courts.
Common Negligence Cases
Our personal injury lawyers have seen a lot over their decades of service to the people of Connecticut, which means they're prepared for anything.
We've handled negligence cases springing out of:
- Slip and fall
- Defective products
- Lead paint poisoning
- Recreational/sports injuries
- Car accidents
- Various other incidents
If you don't see a category that fits your case, don't worry. You can still come to us with your case. Our legal team can review your situation and determine if you have a viable claim.