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Who is responsible for your car accident?

A car accident can change your life in an instant. In the days, weeks and months following a collision, you could find yourself with painful injuries, damage to your personal property and even medical bills you can’t afford to pay. This is frustrating, especially if your accident was not your fault. You should not have to suffer because of the negligent or reckless actions of another person.

If you are not to blame for what happened to you, what should you do? It is possible there are legal options available to you. You could have grounds to pursue compensation through a civil claim, but it is critical to present evidence that you are not liable. How can you prove fault after an accident and secure the compensation you need and deserve?

Next steps

What you do in the moments, days and weeks after an accident matter, especially if you think it’s possible you could have grounds for a civil claim. The following details are important to consider as you look to move forward:

  • After an accident, it’s important to call the police to the scene. The accident report could be important to verify your version of events and is a crucial piece of evidence as it can include opinions about liability and critical details.
  • If there is an error in the accident report, you can take steps to amend the incorrect information before you pursue compensation.
  • Researching state traffic laws can be useful as you are trying to prove that the other driver is at fault for your accident.

Proving fault can be a complex aspect of a personal injury claim. Building a strong claim requires experience and knowledge of the law, which is why many accident victims find it beneficial to work with an experienced Florida attorney from the first moments after an accident.

Picking up the pieces

If you are dealing with the aftermath of an accident that left you injured, you may be wondering what is next and how you can ever pick up the pieces. If you believe your accident was not your fault, you may benefit from seeking an evaluation of your case and assessment of your legal options with a knowledgeable legal ally. As important evidence needed to prove liability can disappear or become difficult to find over time, it may be in your interests to move quickly to secure this assistance.

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