Factors That Determine Whether You Have a Viable Case:
The individual or organization must have legally breached the reasonable duty of care that was owed to you to prevent you from harm. This can include driving safely or maintaining a hazard-free area.
There Was Direct Causation
There needs to be a direct connection between the relevant party's actions and your injuries. For instance, proper precautions might not have been taken to protect you from harmful substances involved in your job or a driver's decision to violate traffic laws caused your accident.
There Are Quantifiable Damages
There must be proof that your injuries have caused you considerable losses. This can include tangible damages such as lost wages and medical bills as well as emotional hardship.