IS IT IMPORTANT TO KNOW WHAT LIABILITY MEANS IN PERSONAL INJURY CASES?

In personal injury cases, liability is defined as the legal responsibility of an individual or entity for causing harm or injury to another person. Harm refers to physical, emotional, or financial harm. To establish liability in GA, it must first be proven that the individual or entity had a duty of care towards the injured party. Then it must be proven that they breached that duty. Then it must be proven that the breach caused the injury.

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