How To Prove Negligence
When you are walking on a grocery store, and haven’t noticed a spilled sauce in the floor caused you a sharp pain that is needed to be stitched, and you are wondering who could be responsible for this? The store or not?
Proof in Specific Types of Negligence Cases
Courts have created special rules the covers proof in specific types of negligence cases. For example negligence in a medical malpractice case is proven in another way than negligence in a dog bite case. For instance, in a slip-and-fall case, a plaintiff’s injury happens when the plaintiff slips and falls due to a condition on the defendant’s premises and then the court will require the plaintiff to explain that the situation existed in a length of time that the defendant should have recognized and treated the situation. And when a plaintiff sues a market when he or she slips on spilled liquid laundry soap cannot file a negligence case without proving the liquid is on the floor long enough before the people in charge on the supermarket to have noticed it.