Personal Injury

Why personal injury is an important area of law

Our legal system does not allow for physical retribution when we have been injured. There is no allowance for "an eye for an eye". What we do allow for is a calculation of damages when we have been injured to allow us to be whole again.

Most personal injury cases fall under the legal theory of negligence. Negligence places the party responsible financial liable for their careless conduct that caused injury.

The plaintiff, or injured party, most show the following elements when suing for personal injury in a court of law: 1. that the respondent had a duty of care, 2. the respondent breached that duty of care, 3. that breach caused injury, and 4. the injury resulted in financial loss. 

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