Liability law regulates the restoration or compensation of damages incurred. If you accuse another of having caused damage, you can hold that person liable. Liability can arise in different ways. For example by violating an agreement, but also by your own doing or neglect or even by the behaviour of someone else or one of your possessions. So you are - for example - liable if your dog bites a passer-by or if one of your roof tiles smashes into the neighbour’s car.
Whether there is actual liability is something that must be examined in the light of the circumstances and relevant facts. The damage must have been caused by a particular event. This event must be related to the damage suffered.
The premise is that everyone is responsible for his or her own losses, but there are numerous exceptions. We can examine and assess for you whether someone else is responsible for your damages. If there is actual liability, we can hold someone responsible for your damages.
Personal injury is part of the liability. Some lawyers focus specifically on this part of liability law. For more information, please refer to the page oninjury.In addition, liability law has a lot in common with other areas of law such as contract law, employment law and real estate. Since we are a full-service firm, we are highly knowledgeable in all legal areas. If your case covers multiple legal areas, we bring knowledge from different legal areas together.