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What Elements are Key to Proving an Injury Claim?

3 Key Elements to Prove an Injury Claim

If you or a close person was injured out of another organization or person's intentional or negligent act, you should file a claim for losses incurred. For your case to be successful, you have to prove the following elements: Learn more facts here.

Duty of Care

This refers to the legal obligation to practice reasonable care. For instance, all drivers should abide by the traffic laws, while property owners should ensure their properties are reasonably safe. Read about When Do I Need to Hire an Injury Lawyer here.



Breach of Duty

After proving that the offending party owed you a duty of care, you should demonstrate that they breached the duty of care. For instance, when a driver gets behind the wheel while intoxicated or when a property owner fails to fix hazards early enough.

Resulting Damages

If the breach of duty caused the injuries or damages, you are rightfully entitled to compensation. For instance, if your condition worsened due to a misdiagnosis, you have the grounds for a medical malpractice claim.

If you were injured due to a person's or organization's negligence, turn to The Keating Firm LTD. Our team has the skills, knowledge, and courtroom experience to help you obtain the compensation you deserve.




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