Defining Criminal Negligence

Defining Criminal Negligence Negligence is a common legal term. There are key differences between civil negligence and criminal negligence. In the civil sense, damage or injuries resulting from someone else’s negligence are unintentional, although they owed a legal duty to protect that individual. Criminal negligence is also a failure to use reasonable care

Back to School: Playground Injuries

Back to School: Playground Injuries The playground is the cornerstone of childhood fun. However, there are many hidden risks and dangers that can cause severe injuries. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates more than 200,000 children are treated at emergency rooms every year for playground-related injuries. According to the

What Are Premises Liability Cases?

What Are Premises Liability Cases? Premises Liability Cases are situations that relate to personal injury law. The operative word being ‘premises’. Meaning, any injury that occurs on someone else’s property, or premises, due to their negligence, may be considered liable for your injuries. Most premises liability claims fall under the umbrella of

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