negligence attorney

Negligence Attorney

A negligence lawyer specializes in a very complicated area of law. Negligence cases and claims require an experienced negligence lawyer. If you have suffered a harm or injury from the negligence of others, Jeff Rasansky will fight your negligence personal injury case with you. The lawyers at the Rasansky Law Firm have tremendous experience fighting negligence cases. From dog bites and slip and fall cases, to medical malpractice and birth injuries, our personal injury attorneys are right for your personal injury case. Contact one of our experienced personal injury lawyers at 1-877-659-1620 or fill out our contact form online and we will provide a complimentary evaluation of your case at no charge to you.

Definition of Negligence

The "lack of ordinary care" is the the commonly understood definition of negligence. The "lack of ordinary care" is the lack of the kind of care a reasonably prudent and careful person would exercise under the circumstances. Negligence is when one's conduct in a given circumstance doesn't measure up to this standard, and they cause damage to an individual.

Negligence Facts

People are expected to act reasonably and prudently under given sets of circumstances and are often required to by law. You are not responsible for anticipating the negligence of someone else. Negligence must be proved by a preponderance of evidence, meaning a jury must be at least 51% sure a defendant was negligent. A party can be held liable even in partial negligence. Also, two or more parties can both be negligent. If two or more parties share in negligence that causes injury, a jury must determine the relative degrees of each party's fault. The damages each party pays are based on this. If one party has settled, it has no bearing on the other party's negligence case. Negligence law can be extremely complicated. If you have suffered from negligence, you should contact a lawyer experienced in negligence cases. The Rasansky Law Firm may be ideal for your needs.

Negligence And The Law

Negligence also occurs when a person violates a statute or regulation that has been enacted for people's safety. This statute or regulation violation is negligence as a matter of law.

Negligence And Conduct

If the intentional, reckless, willful or wanton conduct of a person or party causes an injury, that person or party is considered negligent. When a person undertakes a conscious action, objective or purpose with a knowing desire, that action is considered intentional. A knowing disregard of a substantial and unjustifiable risk is considered reckless conduct. Basically, reckless conduct amounts to "I don't care" attitude. Recklessness occurs when a person performs an act that a reasonably prudent and careful person would know could and probably would cause harm. Willful conduct indicates a conscious decision or intent to disregard the rights of others. Willfulness is a conscious choice to ignore the consequences when it is reasonably apparent that someone will probably be harmed. Wanton conduct occurs when a person, though not intending to cause harm, does something so unreasonable and so dangerous that the person either knows or should know that harm will probably result. It reflects an "I don't care" attitude. Contact our attorneys immediately for your complementary case review. If you would prefer to speak to someone regarding your case, please call our offices at anytime: 1-877-659-1620. We demand strict professional standards. Our Dallas-based attorneys are among the finest personal injury and negligence lawyers and have resolved many multi-million dollar personal injury cases. We are passionate about our role as advocates and treat our clients with complete respect and compassion. We are committed to utilizing all available legal advantages and tactics to successfully resolve your personal injury claim.

 

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The Texas personal injury attorneys at Rasansky Law Firm represent clients throughout Texas, including Arlington, Austin, Corpus Christi, Dallas, El Paso, Fort Worth, Garland, Houston, Kauffman, Lubbock, San Antonio and Tyler. Our personal injury lawyers handle a various types of personal injury claims, including automobile accidents, medical malpractice, birth injuries, nursing home abuse, product liability, defective products, premises liability, day care abuse, maritime injuries, workplace injuries, overtime pay, social security disability benefits and securities fraud.



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