Who Is at Fault for My Salt Lake City Car Accident?
CASE EVALUATIONS ARE FAST, EASY, AND FREE.
When seeking compensation for the injuries and damages you suffered in an auto wreck, the first step always involves determining precisely who was at fault. Without being able to prove this, you don’t have a case for compensation. This makes hiring an experienced personal injury attorney with access to investigative resources a critical part of your success.
To prove negligence, we will investigate your accident and gather evidence proving who caused it and how. This usually involves all of the following steps:
There might also be a need to hire a forensics expert to analyze the crash site or other elements involved in the accident.
If additional information is still needed after all of this, we can depose the other parties involved. During a deposition, these individuals will be asked questions while under oath, allowing us to gather vital information, such as whether the driver was intoxicated or using a cell phone at the time. At the conclusion of our investigation, we will know who was responsible for your crash and you will be able to name all at-fault parties in your personal injury lawsuit.
It is possible for more than one party to have contributed to your accident, including any of the following:
It’s also possible that you yourself were partially responsible for what happened. However, as long as you were less responsible than another party, you can still file a lawsuit and receive compensation.
There are cases where determining negligence is more complicated than in others. The following are just a few examples:
For help with your car crash case, complete the form below or call 1-800-404-9000. Schedule a free consultation with an attorney from Craig Swapp & Associates and find out how we can help you get the settlement you deserve.
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