How To Prove The Other Driver Was Negligent
If you were involved in a car accident and are now considering a personal injury claim, you may feel certain that the other driver was at fault in your crash. However, just because you are sure the other driver was negligent does not mean insurance companies or courts will agree.
No attorney's fees unless you obtain money for your motor vehicle accident injuries.
To build a strong case for compensation, you need supporting evidence. At the Law Offices of Magnuson Lowell P.S. in Redmond, we have decades of experience seeking compensation for injured victims. We know where to look for evidence and will be aggressive in building a strong case on your behalf.
Under the law, four things must be proven to demonstrate that the driver who caused your crash was negligent:
While all drivers owe each other a reasonable duty of care on the road, the more difficult part is showing that the other driver's actions caused the car accident, which caused your injuries and you suffered because of it.
Supporting your argument with strong evidence is the best way to ensure a successful claim. There are several places to look for evidence that bolsters your claim:
Proving that another motorist caused your accident is not enough to have a successful claim. You must also demonstrate that you incurred damages as a result. At our firm, where appropriate, we will seek to show the full extent of your injuries by collecting documentation such as the following:
If necessary, our team will also locate experts to speak to the severity of your injuries. We know how important the outcome of your claim is — your ability to recover depends on it. We will fight to achieve maximum compensation on your behalf.
At our firm, your first consultation is free. To schedule yours, please call us at 425-885-7500 or contact us via email. In a free consultation, our attorneys can begin assessing your case and answer any questions you have about proving fault in a motor vehicle accident.