Auto Injury

Personal Injury Auto Injury

Car accidents are the number one cause of injury and fatalities nationwide. And regrettably, thousands of car accidents happen each year.

What is my case actually worth? may be a concern if you’re thinking about bringing a personal injury lawsuit due to a vehicle accident, slip and fall, or any other type of harm. The key is to determine your “damages,” or how much your injuries have cost you financially, physically, and mentally. In some circumstances, you must also decide if the defendant should be held accountable for their actions.

In most places, the at-fault driver is responsible for paying for the damages and injuries brought on by an automobile collision. Practically speaking, the majority of injury claims resulting from the collision will be covered by the at-fault driver’s insurance provider, and the motorist will “pay” in the form of a higher auto insurance premium.

However, the laws and regulations that apply in cases of auto accidents vary from state to state. How would the involvement of many drivers in a collision influence an injury claim? And in the roughly a dozen “no fault” vehicle insurance states, how do injury claims operate?

If you or a loved one was hurt in an automobile accident brought on by your own or another driver’s negligence or carelessness, you may be eligible to file a personal injury claim for compensation for the harm you endured and the losses you sustained.

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