Negligence in Wagoner Oklahoma means that someone was expected to act with a reasonable amount of care in a particular circumstance and they did not.
Furthermore, because of this person’s failure to act as society (and the law) expected them to act, you were injured.
FAQ: Negligence in Wagoner Oklahoma
Negligence in Wagoner Oklahoma is comprised of four simple elements:
- The defendant owed a reasonable duty of care to you;
- The defendant breached his duty to you;
- The defendant’s breach of duty caused your injury and there were no intervening causes; and
- Your injury resulted in a loss – emotional, physical or otherwise.
In order to bring a valid personal injury claim for negligence in Wagoner Oklahoma, you must be able to show that the facts in your case meet all four of these elements.
How do you do this? First, gather all the information you can find that supports your claim.
Make an appointment with a Wagoner personal injury attorney and bring all this information with you. The attorney will apply this information to the circumstances of your case in a manner that will show how the defendant’s negligence caused your injuries.
Meeting with an attorney is an important step in determining whether you have a valid personal injury case for negligence.
Determining the proper defendant in a negligence case can sometimes be tricky depending on whether there was an intervening cause for your injuries.
Your negligence claim may be filed in court, and eventually go to trial.
However, in the most likely scenario, the claim will be settled before a personal injury lawsuit is actually filed. Settlement is better for you because you do not have to wait so long to get compensated for your losses.
Free Consultation: Wagoner Personal Injury Attorney
To find out if you might be entitled to compensation for injuries resulting from someone else’s negligence, contact the Wagoner personal injury attorney at Personal Injury Law Office of Wagoner today.
For a free, no-obligation consultation, call 918-485-0335 or send your question using the email form on this page.