Whose Fault is the Accident
Holding the Responsible Party Legally Liable
If you are in an accident caused by someone else’s negligence, you have a right to file a personal injury claim or lawsuits against the responsible party so that you can be fairly compensated. You will not be able to reach a settlement or monetary damages, however, if you cannot prove that other party was at fault for the accident and your injuries. This can be a very difficult task to achieve if you do not have inside knowledge of the how personal injury law works.
By teaming up with Leibel Law, you can receive guidance from a North Georgia personal injury lawyer who has more than three decades of trial experience in Atlanta and North Georgia.
Even if you believe you might be partially at fault for an accident, do not assume any responsibility until after you have consulted with a capable legal professional. While you might feel responsible, it could turn out that you hold no liability as far as the law is concerned.
Prove Fault with the Help of a North Georgia Personal Injury Attorney
Once you have determined that the other party is at fault for your accident, you will need to actually prove this in the negotiation room or in the courtroom. There are many ways to prove that another person’s or entity’s negligence led to your accident. Some of these methods include using video surveillance that captured the incident, police reports and other types of written documentation, witness testimony and more. The other party might try to find ways to blame you for the accident, so you will need to have an aggressive legal advocate representing you.
After someone else’s wrongful actions have harmed you, make sure you take the appropriate steps so that you can receive the compensation you need and deserve. Contact our firm as soon as possible so we can begin assisting you!