Any automobile accident has the potential to drastically alter the course of a person’s life. It is one of the most aggravating aspects of being the victim of someone else’s reckless or irresponsible behavior that you are unable to establish that the other person was at blame for your situation. While you may not be able to establish blame on your own, you may rely on The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker to put out the necessary effort to find the truth on your behalf. Contact us at 800-333-0000 right away for a no-obligation legal consultation.
The use of police reports
Any injuries, whether catastrophic or slight, as well as property damage totaling at least $1,000 should prompt the call to 911 for emergency services at the site of an automobile collision. When the police arrive at the scene of the accident, they will examine the area and interview with any witnesses before submitting a written report to the appropriate authorities. At the scene of the collision, the police may also issue fines to anyone involved.
If the police determine that the other party was at blame for the collision, then this police report can be extremely beneficial in establishing liability. However, it is occasionally the case that the authorities do not have access to all of the pertinent information while on the site of the crime. In this situation, it is possible that they will accuse you of being at blame. This is not the final ruling; we may still appeal the decision to a higher court of justice.
It is necessary to have a thorough grasp of state traffic regulations
It is one of the reasons why you should hire a personal injury attorney to handle your case rather than trying to handle it yourself that we have a thorough grasp of state traffic regulations. This means that we are able to examine the accident in detail in order to determine who violated the law, how they violated the law, and how this is relevant to your case.
We can help with the difficulty of injuries from a rear-end collision or a left turn accident
It is true that one party is nearly always believed to have been at blame, regardless of the circumstances surrounding the collision, in a rear-end accident or one involving a left turn. Due to the fact that the laws of the road require drivers to allow adequate distance between themselves and the car in front of them to stop, and that they yield to oncoming traffic while turning left, this is the case. However, there are certain exceptions, and we may be able to assist you in your legal battle.
It is possible that the condition of a vehicle will be significant
It is possible that the state of a specific car will lead to one party being deemed partially or completely at blame in a collision. This might be the case even if the person driving the vehicle that has been determined to be defective was not the cause of the accident. As an example, if the police discover that the brake lights or turn signals were not functioning at the time of the collision, they may consider this important.
If you have been involved in a vehicle accident and think that you were not at fault and should be entitled to compensation, we strongly encourage you to call The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker at 800-333-0000 for a free legal consultation with an experienced attorney.