If you’ve been injured in South Florida as a result of someone else’s negligent behavior, the person or entity that caused your personal injuries is essentially liable for those injuries.

Although persons who act negligently may not have purposefully intended to cause harm, their liability results from their careless or thoughtless actions – such actions viewed in comparison to the assumption of how a reasonable person would act if faced with the same or a similar set of circumstances. In order to render a fair verdict, once all evidence has been presented in an injury by negligence trial, either the judge or the jury decides how a reasonable person would have acted in that comparable incident, and how that hypothetical person’s behavior measures against the actions of the allegedly negligent individual.

In the case of injuries suffered due to the negligence of individuals with specialized training or knowledge (such as physicians, pilots or engineers, for example), their reasonable standards of conduct are thus compared to how persons in the same fields or professions would normally act if faced with the same or similar set of circumstances. Cases of this type are considered malpractice cases, and are covered by a special area of the law.

If you or a loved one has suffered injuries in South Florida due to the negligent behavior of others, you deserve proper compensation for the consequences of their careless behavior. The experienced attorneys at the Fenstersheib Law Group, P.A. have successfully handled hundreds of personal injury cases over the past three decades. Call 1-800-TellRobert for a free initial consultation; we will evaluate your claim free of charge, fully explain your legal rights, and work aggressively on your behalf to get the maximum compensation you deserve for your pain and suffering. Our phones are answered 24 hours a day, 7 days per week.

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