Keys to Building a Successful Negligence Claim

Jun 20, 2019 News

Youngstown, Ohio (Daily Legal News) – Kisling, Nestico & Redick senior partner Joshua Angelotta discusses negligence in personal injury cases in this article recently published in Daily Legal News. He emphasized that it’s not necessary to prove that the negligence was intentional, but only that the plaintiff had a duty to exercise reasonable care and failed to do so, thereby breaching that duty. Angelotta went on to say that in cases where the plaintiff’s behavior was egregious, such as a drunk driving accident, the value of the claim may be impacted. Learn more about negligence in a personal injury claim through this article.