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We encounter car accidents every day. As we drive to and from work, run errands and cart the kids around to their activities, we daily contend with poor road conditions and drivers that are distracted or impaired in some way. While we do our best to keep ourselves and our loved ones safe on the road, sometimes our efforts are not enough. When you are involved in an accident as the result of another driver’s negligence, you may be entitled to take legal action to recover your damages. Damages may include any injuries you sustained as the result of the accident and any costs you incurred as a result of those injuries such as medical bills, prescription drug costs, lost wages due to time missed from work and a number of other possibilities experienced auto accident lawyer can discuss with you.
A automobile accident can ruin your life. It can result in life changing and disabling injuries, many doctors’ visits, expensive hospital stays, operative procedures and surgeries, rehabilitation therapy, lost income, lost pension and benefits.
physical pain and mental suffering, and the very real prospect of permanent disabilities. To make matters worse, you have to battle with insurance companies that often wrongfully deny claims and payment. Car accidents are a class of civil cases which derive, for the most part, from the basic tort principles of negligence. Negligence is generally defined as the lack of ordinary prudence. It is a failure to use that degree of care that a reasonably prudent person would have used under the same circumstances. It may arise from doing an act that a reasonably prudent person would not have done under the same circumstances, or, from failing to do an act that a reasonably prudent person would have done under the same circumstances. However, this is not always a simple calculation, since sometimes both drivers are at fault. Each state has slightly different rules for situations in which there is more than one person responsible for the crash. Some states require that one party pays all the bills, whereas others allow the two parties to split the bills according to the amount each party is to blame.
Car accident law is a combination of traffic and personal injury law. Someone who is injured in an auto accident can hire an attorney who will negotiate with the other drivers to determine who should pay for the damage, and if necessary, the attorney will file a lawsuit. The courts will piece together exactly what happened using police reports, photos, and other evidence, and then use the local traffic laws as well as legal concepts such as to determine who caused the accident. Whoever is at fault usually has to compensate the other party for medical and property expenses, as well as for harm such as lost wages and pain and suffering. Often, at least some of the people involved are injured, sometimes severely, and the automobiles that crashed are damaged. The legal system can help the parties sort out who is at fault for the accident, and which party needs to pay the doctors’ and mechanics’ bills.