How Is Fault Determined In An Accident?

There are times when it is hard for anyone to argue that they are not at fault, such as someone running a traffic light, rear ending the vehicle in front of them or improper turns through crosswalks.  However, fault isn’t always so clear.

When fault is not clear, we will send out an investigator to survey the accident location, take pictures, and talk to witnesses and the police officers or other emergency responders that attended the scene.

Make sure you are protected because if the accident is not investigated properly the other person’s insurance company will try to assign some blame to you.  If you are involved in an accident, the best course of action is to speak with an experienced personal injury lawyer.

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