Who is at Fault for Your Personal Injury

Can You Be Liable For Failing to Act? read more

Can you just sit back and watch someone get hurt, while you do nothing? Can you refuse to help an injured person simply because you don’t feel like ... read more

 
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  • Fault Concepts

    The filing of a personal injury claim often leads to a timeless dance of finger-pointing and blame-shifting, and even when fault isn’t hotly-contested, establishing liability is still an essential part of the process. Usually that means framing the wrongful party’s conduct within one of the two main personal injury fault concepts: “negligence” or “strict liability”.

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