Liability In Personal Injury Claims

HOW IS LIABILITY DETERMINED IN A PERSONAL INJURY CLAIM?

Determining liability in a personal injury claim is perhaps the most crucial aspect of any personal injury case. Without an adequate proof of fault assigned to a specific party, liability cannot be determined and thus the costs related to injuries suffered in an accident caused by the negligence of another may in fact fall on the victim, rather than the responsible party. If you have been injured in an accident that was the fault of another person, the best thing you can do is consult the services of a skilled Ventura personal injury attorney or Los Angeles personal injury attorney to have the best chance for a successful pursuit of financial compensation.

There are a variety of different ways in which liability is determined in a personal injury case. In certain situations like drunk driving accidents or unprovoked dog bite attacks, it may be easy to find the evidence necessary to sufficiently assign fault. In other situations, however, an accomplished lawyer must go to every effort in order to identify and communicate the necessary evidence. When negligence can be demonstrated in the accused, then liability can be assigned and the negligent party will be responsible for any and all costs.

SEEKING PERSONAL INJURY DAMAGES FROM A LIABLE PARTY

The Law Offices of Neustadt & Berriz are adept at researching all available information about the incident in order to determine who was really at fault for a given accident. The firm is dedicated to identifying every possible avenue for success in court, and in terms of financial compensation. You have a legal right to receive compensation for any injuries you've suffered at the hands of a negligent person or corporation, and Mr. Berriz and Mr. Neustadt will fight aggressively to see that you receive every bit of the compensation you deserve.

Contact a Ventura personal injury attorney or Los Angeles personal injury attorney if you have been injured in an accident and would like to recover costs associated with your injury from the liable party.