Springfield Personal Injury Attorney
Liability in a Personal Injury Claim
In order to have a personal injury claim and to recover financial compensation, we first must be able to show liability on the part of an individual, business or other entity for your injuries. Sometimes this is very easy, as in the case of most drunk driving accidents. The driver is clearly liable. There may, however, be others who share the liability and a skilled and insightful lawyer will know how to investigate further to determine if a restaurant, bar or anyone else may share the liability. For your personal injury claim, you want experienced legal counsel with a reputation of getting results. A Good Law Firm is that firm.
It can also be difficult to prove liability in cases where there are many people involved. An example might be a trucking accident where many cars and vehicles are involved. It requires skill and experience to establish liability in a case such as this. Another example could be a burn injury case where improper safety procedures on the part of the victim's employer, combined with defective equipment by a manufacturer resulted in extensive burn injuries for an employee. Both the employer and the manufacturer may be liable for the injuries.
If you are uncertain who is liable in your personal injury case, talk to an attorney at A Good Law Firm. We can help you determine this. For 30 years we have been helping the seriously injured to establish clear liability and aggressively fighting for financial compensation to assist their recovery. We are hardworking and we get results. We are proud of our record of success in achieving substantial settlements and verdicts on behalf of our injured clients.