Posted on behalf of Harbin & Burnett on Mar 06, 2018 in Auto Accidents
Yesterday I was unable to publish our blog due to errors. I later determined that it was due to an operator error, which is a fancy way of saying I screwed something up. Now in this case, there was only aggravation but no real problem. But sometimes, operator error does lead to real problems.
You see, operator error can also be a fancy way of saying negligence. Neglience is when someone does something or fails to do something that a normal person would do in the same situation. And negligence can lead to accidents. Examples of negligence include texting while driving, speeding, following too closely to the vehicle in front of you, and so on. And often nothing bad happens. But when it does, that person is liable for the damages and injuries caused by the negligence.
If you have been injured as the result of someone's negligence, call us today for a free consultation.