If you were involved in an auto accident, you are probably asking yourself what the process and your rights are. For some FAQ, please refer to this blog!
Q: How do I prove that the other party was at fault for the accident?
A: Providing proof that the other party is at fault is the biggest, most difficult part of any injury case. The most important thing to help your case is evidence whether that is videos, pictures, witness statements, police reports, doctors' reports, etc. The more proof you can show to the insurance companies, the more successful you will be.
Q: What if I might be partly at fault for the accident?
A: In the aftermath of an accident, it can be a very confusing and traumatic time and you can even feel guilty. However, if you aren't definitely the cause of the accident, you still might be liable for compensation. This is where talking to a professional auto accident lawyer will benefit you because as experts, they will know what to evaluate in your case. They know that there can be factors that were outside of your control that caused the accident. For example, there could be a defect in your car, a traffic light could've malfunctioned, or the other driver was driving under the influence.
Q: What are some things I can gain for compensation?
A: An auto accident doesn’t only have to receive compensation for physical injuries. You can also be liable to recover costs for mental and emotional damages, pain and suffering, lost wages and potential future earnings, loss of friends or family, and lower quality of life.
If you are looking for justice in your auto accident case, please contact the professional lawyers in Philadelphia, PA at Brad Cooper and Associates by calling 215-545-7777.