Proof in a Negligence Case
A question in every negligence case is if the defendant acted as a reasonable person as a reasonable person to have in similar circumstances when a child is suing his or her parents. The defendant’s action is compared to what a jury believes a reason why a parent would have done it, and if the patient sues a doctor, the court will analyze the action’s done by the doctor to the standards in the medical community. Negligence may be justified if the defendant was not following traffic regulations in a car crash and does not have an explanation for breaking those laws.
Ways to Prove Negligence
There are two types of evidence to prove a negligence case. The circumstantial evidence and direct evidence. Direct evidence is the evidence that derives from a knowledge of a witness or video and photographs. While Circumstantial evidence requires a fact-finder to draw an assumption based on the evidence of the cause of personal injury that has been presented.