When a person is injured, they may take up legal action against the individuals who caused them harm. However, this is not necessarily a simple legal issue to deal with. State laws determine which parties may be able to pursue a civil lawsuit in a particular case. Correspondingly, they also prevent certain individuals from proceeding with legal action.
If you have been harmed by the negligent or reckless actions of another party then it is advisable to consult with a skilled and experienced attorney about the potential merits of a legal action. Contact the Milwaukee personal injury attorneys of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. at (414) 271-0900 today.
Comparative negligence is the legal practice of assigning a percent of blame for an accident and allowing a person to sue for that portion of the damages. This doctrine has been used throughout the majority of American jurisdictions for the past several decades. Comparative negligence includes the following forms include:
Wisconsin works under the premise that a plaintiff’s blame cannot be greater than the defendant’s. This means that a plaintiff can hold half of the blame, but any amount greater than 51 percent will disallow them from filing a claim.
If you have been injured and are considering filing for compensation, contact the Milwaukee personal injury lawyers of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. today by calling (414) 271-0900.