The law defines negligence as the failure to behave or act with the level
of care and caution that another reasonable individual would exercise
in the same situation. When an individual takes certain precautions and
does what any reasonable person would do under the circumstances, injury
and harm can generally be avoided. Acting in a negligent manner is one
of the most common causes of accidents, collisions and loss. Proving negligence
is essential to any personal injury claim. Unless you are able to prove
your claim, you will be unable to recover the financial remuneration you
seek. Any individual who wishes to file a personal injury claim you will
be required to show:
- The responsible party had a legal duty to exercise a reasonable amount of care,
- He or she had a breach of that duty by failing to exercise the proper level of care,
- How the negligent conduct was directly responsible for causing physical harm, and
- The extent of the harm was enough to warrant damages being awarded.
The personal injury lawyers at The Robert Pahlke Law Group are notable
advocates for victims' rights. We understand the impact this type
of accident can have on a person's life and livelihood, which is why
we are determined to stop at nothing to help our clients see justice served.
If you have sustained injury as a result of another person's negligence,
we will work diligently to prove your claim and provide the evidence necessary
to allow you to seek the compensation you rightfully deserve.
We handle all types of personal injury cases including those brought about
by auto negligence, car accidents, dog bites, industrial accidents, medical
malpractice, product liability and more. We offer a free case evaluation
so that you can get answers to any questions you have, find out whether
you have grounds to file a lawsuit or claim, and receive the compassionate
guidance you need during this difficult time. If you believe your injuries
were caused as a direct result of another person's negligence, we
advise you act now so that we can have a personal injury lawyer from our
Nebraska firm review your case and advise you on how to proceed.
Call us today to get your claim started.