How do I prove fault in my personal injury case?
Proving liability works similarly with all types of personal injury cases. Under federal law, to prove liability after an accident, the injured individual (the plaintiff) must show three things. First, they must prove that the responsible party (the defendant) had a duty to act in a certain manner, typically a manner that would have prevented the accident. Secondly, the plaintiff must show that the defendant breached this duty, ultimately causing the accident. Lastly, the plaintiff must prove that their injuries and damages are related to the accident caused by the defendant’s breach of duty. For help with gathering evidence and building a strong case, contact the attorneys at Spiros Law, P.C. today.