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What do I need to prove to win my catastrophic injury case?

To win a catastrophic injury case, you have to prove the same things you prove in any other case, which is the person or company had a legal duty to act or refrain from acting in a certain way. And they failed to do that, or they acted in a way inconsistent with the law, and that those two things combined caused your injuries. So we have a duty of breach, a causation and then your damages. Those are the elements that you have to prove in any case, and it’s true in a catastrophic injury case.

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