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Determining Negligence in Car Accident Cases

Proving that negligence caused a personal injury is crucial to all personal injury claims. If there is not an injury caused by negligence, then there is no case. A skilled personal injury lawyer must prove that the negligence of the defendant caused your injury and that your life has been altered in some way due to the negligence of the other person. Car accident cases are one of the most common types of personal injury claims in which negligence must be proven.

Determining fault is very important in any car accident claim. The person at fault is the person whose negligence caused the accident, and that is the person who typically must pay for the damage caused. However, if it is not clear who was liable for the car accident, fault is apportioned between the individuals based on comparative or contributory negligence. When liability is shared in an auto accident, it the percentages of fault for each party involved must be determined.

At the Law Offices of Michael V. Barszcz, M.D.,J.D. in Winter Park, Florida, we have represented numerous Florida residents in car accident cases. We have the knowledge, resources and experience necessary to prove negligence in car accident case and have been doing so for approximately two decades.

If you live in Orlando, Florida and have been involved in a car accident, please contact the experienced auto accident attorneys at the Law Offices of Michael V. Barszcz, M.D., J.D. today to schedule a no-cost consultation.

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