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Navigating Negligence Lawsuits With Confidence

The law requires that every person and entity make a reasonable effort to not cause others harm. Negligence lawsuits are civil cases that are brought against an individual or entity accused of breaching that obligation. In order to prove negligence, you must prove that the accused wrongdoer should have been able to avoid causing the incident that led to the injury, that the accused party is directly responsible and that the claimed injuries are the result of the incident the defendant is accused of causing.

At Deans Stepp Law, we have decades of experience representing both defendants and plaintiffs. This gives us valuable insight into how to create legal strategies that anticipate the legal strategies to be used by the opposing counsel. Whether you are the injured or the accused, you can trust that the lawyers at Deans Stepp Law will fight vigorously for you.

Common Types Of Negligence Claims

Negligence doesn’t involve deliberate actions that rise to criminal behavior. It refers to careless action or inaction that harms a person or their property. There are many types of negligence cases, but some of the most common include:

Deans Stepp Law attorneys have decades of experience successfully negotiating, settling and litigating a broad range of negligence cases for both plaintiffs and defendants.

“We serve our clients with the tenacity, strategy and creativity they have come to expect from us. Our extensive trial experience combined with the personal attention we give our clients helps us stand out in our field.”

– Katherine H. Stepp, Founding Partner

If you or your business has been accused of negligence or you want to file a negligence lawsuit, contact us to discuss the specific facts of your case.

Involved In A Negligence Dispute? Contact Us Today.

Negligence and other tort law disputes can be stressful and time-consuming. However, when you have fierce, loyal and trial-tested legal counsel on your side, you stand a better chance of advocating for your goals and interests.

Call 214-572-1957 or fill out our online contact form today to schedule a free consultation.