When someone dies or is killed due to the negligence or misconduct of another person, the surviving members of the victim’s family may sue for “wrongful death.” These cases are heard in civil courts.
People are required to exercise “reasonable care under the circumstances” when operating a vehicle. The failure to do so can be considered negligence, and could be grounds for legal action when accidents or injuries occur.
Construction law involves legal issues related to the construction of a building or other structure. i.e. workplace safety regulations, hiring practices, environmental rules, use of equipment, and city and county ordinances
Personal injury cases involve legal disputes between a party who has suffered harm from an accident or injury from another party. These cases may be resolved through civil court proceedings or are settled prior to filing a lawsuit.
Medical malpractice (or negligence) occurs when the plaintiff is injured or their preexisting condition is worsened during treatment from a doctor, healthcare professional, or hospital not acting in accordance with the accepted medical standards.
Product liability refers to the area of law dealing with the manufacture or sale of defective or dangerous products. Consumer products are expected to meet certain standards for performance and safety.
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