Car Accident

Car accidents unfortunately happen every day. Our roads are occupied by thousands of cars each day and there is always a big chance that you can run into a car accident. There are minor accidents and there are also unfortunate instances when these accidents on the road cause death.

If you have been in a car accident, you can file a car accident claim, though the fault and liabilities on any road accident needs to be determined to know who should be held accountable. There are two or more vehicles involved and it is necessary to know the circumstance of the accident and who is at fault.

In car accidents, to see who is at fault, the Common Law was created to recognize the basic faults in these accidents.

Common Law’s 4 Recognized Faults
Strict Liability
Misconduct that is intentional

Motor vehicle codes are also being implemented and followed. It can get a bit confusing to know who is accountable to accidents and who the victims of the circumstance are. It will have to be investigated first and the state law will be the one who has the last say as to who needs to pay for damages or for the injuries that the accident have caused.

We here at The Injury Lawyers are familiar with all the laws pertaining to car accidents and we can help you. Give us a call and we can have a free assessment with you to review your situation and discuss about your rights and what you can do to get your claim. It is very important for you to get a well experienced lawyer to be on your side and represent you. You will have options available to you and we will discuss them with you so that you can choose the best option for your situation.

We don’t wish for a car accident to happen to you, but if you or the people you know have been through one, make sure you inform them that they have the right to file for a claim if they are not at fault. It is greatly recommended that they meet with us as soon as possible after the accident so we can gather all the necessary evidence to build up the case and get the best result for you. Also, certain accidents may not cause you any injury at first but it is possible that after a while you would feel the effect of it. If you are provided medical assistance after the accident, you are required to take it to prevent your condition from worsening without your knowledge. If you won’t follow this protocol, your insurance claims could be affected. Contact us for your free consultation with our lawyers.