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Negligent acts arise when an individual fails to use reasonable care to avoid a foreseeable harm. A majority of personal injury claims begin with a negligent act. For example, a driver who is sending or receiving text messagesis not using reasonable care. The foreseeable harm in this case would be an auto accident. Another example would be if a landlord ignored a broken handrail, resulting in someone falling down the stairs.

In both examples, the negligent party is not committing an intentional act of harm. The individual or party committing a negligent act can be found at fault without intending to inflict harm on another.

If you or a loved one was injured due to a negligent act of another, do not wait to contact an experienced negligent act attorney for an evaluation of your claim. At the Eichholz Law Firm, our negligent act lawyers will use their experience and resources to work for the injured. Our goal is to maximize compensation so the victims can move on with their lives.

Obtaining Justice for Negligent Acts

Those injured by a negligent act of personal injury may be entitled to compensation for:

Acts of negligence are typically involved in the following personal injury cases:

If you or your loved one was injured due to a negligent act, contact the Eichholz Law Firm today to explore your legal options. Our experienced negligent act attorneys are committed to helping Georgians injured due to negligent acts.

Contact a Negligent Acts Attorney

Contact the Eichholz Law Firm for a free and confidential consultation. There is no obligation. An experienced attorney may be able to assist you or your loved one with your claim.

In some cases, you may not need an attorney. If that is the case, we will tell you. At the Eichholz Law Firm, we are a no-nonsense law firm. Our clients receive honest and direct advice. You shouldn’t have to suffer because of someone else’s irresponsible behavior. Contact the Eichholz Law Firm at (866) 947-7449.

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