Proving Liability in a Personal Injury Case

To have grounds for a personal injury claim, you must have proof of liability, which means you can show that the harm you suffered was the result of either intentional conduct or negligence.  And, to establish negligence, your attorney will need to compile evidence to demonstrate failure to act or reasonable precaution was lacking.

Medical malpractice, product liability, and professional liability are all inherently complex.  Building substantive cases requires time to conduct in-depth research, investigate the facts and pinpoint what went wrong with your medical treatment, to prove that a product was indeed defective, or that a professional, such as a doctor, accountant, lawyer, architect or engineer, for example, failed to meet the standards of care set by his profession. 


The Law Firm of B. Ervin Brown, II P.A.
1014 W 5th St
Winston Salem, NC 27101

As a discrimination law firm in Winston-Salem, we inform our clients that to have grounds for a personal injury claim, you must have proof of liability, which means you can show that the harm you suffered was the result of either intentional conduct or negligence.  And, to establish negligence, your attorney will need to compil

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