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To never give up a fight for our clients. 

 

To always be diligent, prompt, and efficient in handling our client’s cases.

 

To always be understanding and courteous to our clients.

 

To always act honestly and with integrity-doing what we say we will do.

 

To use logic, yet remain very creative.

 

To admit the weaknesses of a case upfront, but only when we know the weakness will be used against us.

 

To use action! Attack our opponent when the time is right.

 

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What is ‘negligence’?

 

 
A person is negligent when he or she fails to act like the standard "ordinary reasonable person". Of course the critical issue in many cases is just how an "ordinary, reasonable person" was expected to act in the particular situation that caused the injury.

For example, an ordinary, reasonable person can travel down the Interstate, which has a posted speed limit of 65 miles per hour, at 65 miles per hour. However, if dense fog is present, the same ordinary, reasonable person would be expected to reduce his/her speed of travel. Suppose someone plows into your car while she was driving at 55 or 45 or 35? Would that be what the standard "ordinary reasonable person" should have done?

The determination of whether a given person has met his/her "ordinary reasonable person" standard is often a matter that is resolved by a jury after presentation of evidence and argument at trial.

Call us at The Law Offices of Joseph LoRusso for your free case review today at (866) Joe- LoLaw / (866)563-5652.

 

 

 
 
 

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