When you’ve been hurt in an auto accident, the injuries you sustain won’t always be visible. Many victims experience soft tissue damage, which can leave them with an intense pain that lingers. The time it takes to heal from a…(0) Comments READ MORE
To recover on a claim against an at-fault driver in a car accident, you will need to show that:
Negligence is defined as behavior that no reasonable driver would have exhibited under the same circumstances. If a reasonable person would have been more careful or would not have made the decision the at-fault driver made, then the driver may be considered negligent.
If a driver has violated any road safety laws – such as drunk driving laws or speed limits – the violation may create a presumption that he or she was negligent.
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