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Elements of Florida Negligence Cases

To file a lawsuit for negligence, you need to prove that the other person was negligent and therefore liable for injury to you. In order to do this, all of the following elements must be proven:

  • Duty
  • Breach of Duty
  • Cause in Fact
  • Proximate Cause
  • Damages

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Types / Definitions of Negligence

  • Slightly Negligent – Where someone had an expectation to exercise great care as opposed to the normal level of care expected by a typical competent person.
  • Ordinarily Negligent – The failure to exercise a degree of care that a normal, competent person would.
  • Grossly Negligent – When a competent person performs an action that they know could likely result in the injury of someone else.
  • Culpably Negligent – Reckless and flagrant disregard of human life.
  • Mixed Contributory & Comparative Negligence – A combination of contributory and comparative negligence.
  • Vicarious Liability – When the defendant is held responsible for the injurious actions of another person or animal (often used when injury is caused by children or animals or when an employer is held responsible for the actions of an employee).

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  • Free Consultation
  • We Handle All Types of Injury and Accident Cases
  • Highly Experienced – Helping South Florida Clients Since 1999
  • Mr. Cohen or Mr. Juda Can Come to You to Sign up Your Case
  • No Attorney Fees or Costs Unless We Win Your Case
  • Fees Negotiable on Larger Cases
  • Relentlessly and Aggressively Working for You
  • We Take Cases Throughout Florida And The U.S.
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Statute Of Limitations For Personal Injury In Florida

Florida law has different statutes of limitations which affect the amount of time you have to file your claim. The time limits are based on the type of case you have. The law has recently changed. We encourage you to contact an attorney immediately to find out how the Statute of Limitations may affect your negligence, medical malpractice, nursing home neglect or wrongful death claim.

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