If you’ve been hurt in an accident, that doesn’t automatically give you the basis for a successful personal injury claim. To recover monetary compensation, you and your lawyers must first prove three things…
Three Basic Requirements for a Personal Injury Case
Those responsible for your accident behaved carelessly or negligently. For example, a driver who runs a red light and rear-ends your vehicle would be considered negligent because he ignored the traffic light.
The other person’s negligence caused your injury. Read More
When two cars are involved in a crash, it’s common for the insurance company of the responsible driver to pay for damages, including property, medical expenses and more.
But with more than 15 out of every 100 drivers in California uninsured, where does that leave you in the event that you’re in a collision? Who pays for damages when the other driver doesn’t have insurance?
The good news? You’re not out of options just yet.