Legal liability in a personal injury accident can be determined by the general rule of carelessness and by certain propositions. If the injured person was at a place where he or she was not supposed to be at the time of the accident, the person who caused the accident might not be liable because they had no duty to protect the safety of that person. However, if the person suffered serious injuries because of his or her own carelessness, their compensation may be reduced by the extent of their carelessness. If you have suffered personal injuries resulting from another person or entity’s carelessness or negligence, we can help you. We have years of experience supporting personal injury victims and we know how to help you receive the compensation you deserve. Call 877-828-4279 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.