Utah Negligence

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The essential elements of a negligence action are:

(1) a duty of reasonable care owed by the defendant to plaintiff;
(2) a breach of that duty;
(3) the causation, both actually and proximately, of injury; and
(4) the suffering of damages by the plaintiff.

Williams v. Melby, 699 P. 2d 723 (Utah 1985).