Legal Aspects of Health-Damaging Car Crashes You Should Know About

This article will tell you about all of the legal aspects related to car crashes that cause injury:

The first thing that you need to know about car crashes that result in physical injury is that you may need legal representation, especially if you intend on making a claim for compensation (which we will explore next). If you do not have any prior legal experience, you will be like a fish out of water when it comes to making claims for compensation, dealing with insurance adjusters, and potentially filing lawsuits. According to a professional car accidents and poor vehicle maintenance attorney in Folsom, an attorney will help you to face all of the complex legal aspects of car accidents – and help you to get justice. If you cannot afford a lawyer, you may be able to hire one on a no-win-no-fee basis.

Compensation

As has been mentioned already, if you have been injured in a car crash that was caused by another person’s negligence then you may be entitled to compensation. Compensation is paid to the victims of car accidents so that their lives aren’t impacted and so that they can continue living comfortably. If the person that was injured is unable to work again, then they will be paid a sizable amount of compensation. This compensation is paid in order to cover their wages for the rest of their lives. Compensation is also paid to cover medical expenses, distress, and lost wages during the recovery period.

Insurance Adjusters

Insurance adjusters are the people with whom your attorney will be communicating in order to get you your compensation. After a car accident, the responsible person’s insurance company pays the compensation to you. An insurance adjuster is a representative of the insurance company, who works with your attorney to realise a figure that’s realistic for your injuries. Insurance adjusters are known for being very difficult to work with – they frequently low-ball and try to pay out less than what they should be paying. Your attorney will deal with them expertly, so you get the compensation that you deserve.

Lawsuits

Lawsuits take place usually when the responsible person’s insurance company refuses to make payment, so the victim’s lawyer mounts a lawsuit to sue the company and the person that are responsible. Lawsuits also take place if the responsible person caused significant injury or wrongful death. The pay-out from lawsuits is usually very high, which is why they are dealt with in court. Insurance agencies are usually unable – or unwilling – to make payments as large as that which is paid in a lawsuit. In some cases, insurance companies will try to settle prior to a lawsuit. This is called an out of court settlement.

If the injuries that were sustained in the accident were very severe and the responsible person was under the influence of drugs or alcohol or was just driving recklessly, then they may be arrested and charged with a crime. Legal action is taken by the police. The person that was injured will be expected by the police and courts to attend and give evidence. Civil lawsuits usually follow criminal cases, because once a person has been found guilty in a court of law it’s very easy for a person to make a civil suit and sue them for money. The penalties for dangerous driving or causing death by dangerous driving are extremely high and can even result in the person that caused the accident receiving a life sentence.

Liability

Finally, we arrive at the term “liability.” This is a term used to refer to the person responsible – “liable” – for the accident. In order to receive compensation and to have your case dealt with properly, your lawyer will need to prove that the person you believe was responsible, was liable. They will do this by acquiring and accumulating evidence, as well as interviewing people, and potentially getting an admission of guilt for the person that was responsible. It’s always a good idea to have a dashcam in your car so that if you are involved in an accident you can easily prove liability.

If you have been involved in a car accident, then it’s very important that you seek legal aid and take the person responsible to court. By taking the person responsible to court you ensure that they are punished and that they can never hurt anybody else again.

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