Written by attorney James Edward Monroe | Apr 28, 2016

Damages in a Personal Injury Case

In a personal injury case, a plaintiff must show that a defendant breached a duty to the plaintiff which caused a foreseeable injury to the plaintiff, entitling the plaintiff to damages.

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