Most people aren’t involved in a vehicle wreck every day, which means you are bound to have some questions about what to do after your accident. When you contact our firm, a personal injury lawyer will be happy to answer your questions during a free consultation. See below for some answers to many common questions we receive about car crashes in Corpus Christi, Texas.
To prove fault for a vehicle wreck, you will need evidence. Police will often arrive on scene and make a determination regarding who was at fault. You can use the police report as evidence of fault. You can also use photos, video evidence, witness statements, and physical evidence to prove fault for the collision.
You’re only given two years, beginning on the day of your accident, to file a claim. If you fail to submit your claim within the legally mandated time frame, you will lose out on the compensation you deserve.
Yes, you are permitted to file a claim even if you were somewhat responsible for causing the crash. This is due to Texas’ comparative fault laws. However, if you are more than 50 percent to blame for the accident, you will not be permitted to go after the other involved party.
Yes. You can file a personal injury claim on behalf of a minor child. They can receive a settlement just like an adult for all the suffering and injuries they’ve experienced.
You can be compensated for any monetary and nonmonetary losses this accident has brought to your life. For instance, you can be compensated through a settlement for pain and suffering, missed wages, medical bills, mental trauma, property loss, loss of life enjoyment, permanent injury, and more.
You’ve suffered greatly because of another person’s careless actions. You can file a claim and seek a settlement from those who were responsible. Get help winning a car accident settlement by working with a Corpus Christi car crash lawyer.
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