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If you’ve been involved in an incident and you feel you need the assistance and advice of Blacktown’s best team of negligence lawyers then you need to speak to the team at McDonnell Schroder Solicitors and Compensation Lawyers. McDonnell Schroder has the very best team of negligence lawyers in the Schofields and Blacktown area and has been providing high quality negligence lawyers to Schofields and Blacktown for over 50 years.
At McDonnell Schroder not only do we employ the best team of negligence lawyers in the business, we also offer our valued customers a range of additional and ancillary legal services.
At McDonnell Schroder we offer clients services including but not limited to; family law, compensation law, criminal law, conveyancing, Wills and estates, property law, business law, and agency matters.
If you find yourself in a situation and you need the very best lawyer for negligence in Blacktown or Schofields then drop by one of McDonnell Schroder’s offices, or give us a call so we can further discuss your matter.
McDonnell Schroder has been providing Blacktown and Schofields with all of their negligence lawyer’s requirements for the past 50 years. In that time we have built a strong base of clients through our dedication to the highest possible level of customer care and satisfaction.
Through the combination of the highest level of customer care and the most expert and experienced legal team in the business we ensure that our customers get the very best outcome for their individual cases.
We know that when we strive for the best outcome for our customers it means repeat business and friendly referrals, so it really is a win for us when it’s a win for you!
Negligence is a legal term that means failing to use the proper care required by law.
Negligence can be classified into three different types:
The statute of limitations for negligence cases is a time limit that limits the period of time within which a legal action can be filed.
The statute of limitations for negligence cases is usually two years in most states.
In some states, the statute of limitations for negligence cases is three years. This is because they want to give people more time to find out about the injury and decide whether to file a lawsuit or not.
This is a question that many people ask themselves when they are faced with the unfortunate situation of being injured by someone else. The answer to this question is more complex than it seems. Many factors play a role in determining who can be sued in a negligence case.
There are two main types of negligence cases: intentional and non-intentional. Intentional negligence cases are those where the person was acting intentionally, knowing that their actions would cause injury to someone else. Non-intentional cases occur when there is no intent to injure an individual, but damage occurs nonetheless due to a lack of care or attention on behalf of the defendant.
A person who another’s actions have injured may be able to sue anyone who contributed to the injury or anyone whose actions led up to the damage, such as a manufacturer or seller of defective products or someone who created an unsafe condition on property they own and then failed to warn others about it.
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