A negligence case is a common law claim. There are four elements to a negligence claim. They are duty, negligence, causation and damages. This means that the plaintiff has to prove each element in order to prevail.
The first element of a negligence case: Duty
The first element of a negligence case is duty. Proof of a duty is easy because under the law, every truck or car driver has the duty to drive with reasonable care. The law imposes a duty to drive with reasonable care.
This means that all drivers must pay attention where they are going, not drive too fast, and do all of the things that a reasonably careful person would do.
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