Who Is Liable in a Personal Injury Case?

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Determining liability in a personal injury case can be complex. Understanding who is responsible for your injuries is crucial for seeking compensation. In this video, Bringardner Law, personal injury attorneys in South Carolina, explain the factors that determine liability and how to protect your rights.

By the end of the video, viewers will have a clear understanding of the factors that determine liability in personal injury cases and the steps they can take to protect their rights.

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If you’ve been injured and need to determine liability in your personal injury case, contact Bringardner Personal Injury Law at 843-380-5299 for a free consultation. Our experienced attorneys can help you understand your rights and pursue the compensation you deserve.

Personal Injury Liability FAQ

  • What is liability in a personal injury case? Liability refers to the legal responsibility for causing harm or injury to another person.
  • What are the types of liability in personal injury cases? Types of liability include negligence, strict liability, and intentional torts.
  • What is required to establish negligence? To establish negligence, you need to prove duty of care, breach of duty, causation, and damages.
  • How does comparative negligence work in South Carolina? South Carolina’s comparative negligence rule allows plaintiffs to recover damages even if they are partially at fault, with compensation reduced by their percentage of fault.
  • Why is it important to gather evidence in a personal injury case? Gathering evidence is crucial to support your claim and establish liability, including medical records, witness statements, and accident reports.
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