Proving Fault in an Injury Case
In a personal injury lawsuit, the burden of proof is on the injured party.
In all types of injury cases, fault must be proven, including:
If you were hurt, you must be able to show that another’s reckless
actions were responsible for your damages and pain and suffering. In most
injury cases, the plaintiff argues that the perpetrator was acting negligently
and did not take the proper care to protect the safety of others. In order
to proven fault and fight for compensation, evidence must be gathered,
witnesses may need to testify, and a complete estimate of the injured
party’s medical bills past and future must be presented to the court.
This can be hard to do when you do not handle personal injury claims on
a regular basis and may not even be sure where to start—not to mention
the fact that your health is likely not 100% still. This is why it is
best to let an experienced attorney handle building the case.
Tell Us About Your Case Today
The first thing our Coral Springs personal injury attorneys do when you
walk through the door is sit down with you and carefully listen to the
details of your accident. Clients can expect this level of attention throughout
the entirety of their case—our lawyers always deal with clients
directly. When our firm accepts a case, we begin pursuing it immediately—there
is no time to wait when it comes to gathering evidence.
Call the Law Offices of Adam Baron, P.A. today for a free consultation.
We can provide knowledgeable, legal perspective on your situation and
advise you on the best course of action for your future. Our priority
is pursuing whatever is in the client’s best interests.
Now is the time to act if you or a loved one has been hurt. Call (954) 716-8976 today!