Representation For Car Accident Victims
The most common type of personal injury claim is a car accident claim. Car accident claims are predicated on the theory of negligence. To prove that the other driver’s negligent actions were the cause of an auto accident, the plaintiff (the injured person) in the case must show that the other driver failed to exercise “reasonable care” to prevent accident.
Traffic laws, witnesses, police reports and other tools are often used to prove who was at fault. The person who caused a motor vehicle accident may be liable for damages. If you have suffered an injury resulting from the negligence or fault of another driver, it’s important to seek medical care and the assistance of an experienced attorney.