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Why It’s Difficult to Determine Who Is at Fault for a Car Accident

Why It’s Difficult to Determine Who Is at Fault for a Car Accident

If you have been involved in a serious car accident, you will find that determining who is at fault for the collision can be a difficult task. After an accident, you will need to file an insurance claim if you want to recover compensation for your damages. However, when you file your accident claim, the insurance company will likely give you a low-ball settlement offer or say that you were 20%, 30%, or 50% at fault, so your recovery should be limited or no recovery should be had at all.

It is important to note that the insurance adjuster’s arbitrary determination that you were at fault for the accident to some degree is not the final word on the subject. In the end, only a jury can say who was at fault for a car wreck and what percentage of fault should be placed on the drivers.

If an adjuster says you hold some degree of liability for a car wreck, you need to immediately consult with an experienced lawyer to get help with your claim. Whatever you do, don’t take the insurance adjuster’s assessment of fault as gospel. Speak to a legal professional about all of your options under the law.

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At The Shrable Law Firm, P.C., we are committed to helping clients obtain maximum compensation for their car accident claims. We have secured millions of dollars on behalf of our clients, and we are prepared to use our knowledge of the law and extensive legal resources to fight for the compensation you deserve.

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