San Jose Personal Injury Attorney
Proving Negligence in an Injury Claim
For any personal injury claim to be valid, third party negligence must be proved. Negligence is not intentional harm, but rises out of carelessness. When the negligence of a company or individual causes another individual harm, then the victim is justified in filing a personal injury claim against them. If it can be proven that negligence was present, the claim is valid and the victim will be rewarded a recovery. These recoveries always differ depending on the nature of the accident and the parties involved. No two personal injury cases are alike, so it is impossible to put a value on a case before it is evaluated.
Negligence can be demonstrated by any number of parties. One common example of negligence is employer negligence. Employers are responsible for the health and wellbeing of their employees. This is why if a worker is injured while performing their job duties, their employer may be held responsible even if there were not present at the time of the accident, because an employer is responsible for maintaining safety at the worksite. Negligence can also be placed on drivers who cause accidents by texting and driving or driving while under the influence. There are countless different circumstances where negligence can be proven as the cause of personal injury and to find out if negligence is present in your case, contact an attorney from our firm.
Habbas & Associates Will Fight for You
At Habbas & Associates we have more than 125 years of experience in defending the rights of the injured and proving negligence. By contacting our firm, a San Jose personal injury attorney will evaluate your case. Should you become the client of our firm, we will fight to put the law on your side and prove negligence against the other party. Your medical expenses and other injury-related bills should be compensated for if you were not the cause of your accident. If you're looking for aggressive defense you can trust to pull through for you, then don't wait any longer to speak with us.
Contact a San Jose personal injury attorney from Habbas & Associates today!