Nov 6, 2018

Proving Negligence in a Car Accident Claim

Proving Negligence in a Car Accident Claim

Any car accident injury claim that is successful will be based upon the establishment that another party was negligent. Whether they were drunk driving, speeding, texting, racing, or driving recklessly, if they failed to exercise reasonable care for the safety of others they will be held negligent. In many cases, this is obvious. In others, the matter of who was negligent can be disputed. An attorney from The Law Offices of Robert A Rivers. has the resources to assist in the critical issue of proving negligence. The firm has access to respected independent accident investigators to call upon to assist in this process.

Negligence and Compensation for Damages

When another party is proven to be negligent, they can be held accountable for all damages. The attorney at Robert A Rivers, a Norcross, GA law firm, will carefully evaluate your case to determine the amount of compensation that will be pursued in your case. These include both economic and non-economic damages. Economic damages are the actual hard costs that were incurred due to the accident, including medical and hospital bills, rehabilitation, and loss of income, both now and in the future. Non-economic damages are those that affect you as an individual such as pain and suffering or others, based upon the impact on your life. Serious injuries such as brain damage, spinal cord injuries, permanent scarring, loss of limb or others will naturally be very high value; the victim's life is permanently affected by the negligent act.

Some car accidents are the result of a faulty or defective auto part or safety system, such as brakes, accelerator, air bags or tires. These claims are frequently complex and require a high level of legal skill, and there are often many parties named in the claim for damages. Other accidents occur due to unsafe roads or dangerous items on the roadway. No matter what happened in your case, attorney Robert A Rivers offers a free case evaluation to help you determine how to pursue compensation. Contact a lawyer from our law firm in Norcross, GA today for a FREE case evaluation.

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