What Proof is Needed for a Personal Injury Claim?
- March 16, 2018
- Personal Injury
So what do you need to prove to be successful on your personal injury claim?
You need to prove two things. One, you need to prove who was at fault, actually who the person was, and you need to prove that they were negligent. So when we’re talking about who was at fault immediately after an accident it really is important to document who was driving the other vehicle. Was the other driver a man? Was the other driver a woman? What was the other driver’s name? What did they look like?
Again, one of the recommendations I make is you take a picture of their driver’s license with your cell phone. Because now you know. You don’t want to find out a year later that you’re not sure if a man or a woman was driving the vehicle because you have to sue the right person. When it comes to proving negligence, that’s based off of the facts of the accident. How it happened. That’s one of our attorneys’ that represents our clients roles is proving that negligence.
So if you’ve been injured in an accident make sure you call us and we will make sure that you’re taken care of.
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