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Have you been injured in a car accident and are unsure if you should hire a lawyer or file a lawsuit? Our law firm can help you. We work with car accident victims to help them get a fair settlement offer for the damages they suffered as a result of their auto accident. This includes medical treatment, property damage, lost wages, and more.

Call us today to pay zero dollars for a car accident case consultation with our experienced team. If you decide to work with our team, we charge a contingency fee, meaning you do not owe us any money until after your case settles. We don’t get paid unless you do.

How Can An Attorney Help Me After Injury?

Personal injury lawsuits require liability to be proven before a victim can receive compensation for the damages he or she suffered. It is vital that all proof regarding the cause of the accident is retained for the possibility of having to produce it during a trial. These types of claims often are filed with a personal injury lawyer that has extensive knowledge and experience in these matters.

Without this legal professional, it is often difficult to proceed. Many steps are required to complete before the court case has been resolved, and a legal representative is aware of what to do and where to go for these different stages.

Injuries are often sustained through accidents, negligent acts and intentional behavior of someone else. This usually means that someone is responsible for harm done to the victim. Proving the person is liable for damages may be difficult in many situations, however. There are various factors and specific criteria that must be provided for a judge to deliberate to a positive outcome in favor of the victim. Among these is proving fault with the single or multiple parties involved. This could be a complicated or simple matter when involving varying aspects relevant to the claim that this person or these individuals are responsible for the wounds sustained.

Personal Injury and Negligence

Each year reports are released that indicate that millions of individual victims have sustained injuries or have died due to accidents. However, when negligence is the root cause, the person harmed or his or her family often have the capacity to recover compensation for the various costs it takes to resolve the injury or long-term damage that occurred. In order to obtain financial compensation, the victim must prove both liability and damages in a personal injury lawsuit proposed against the negligent party. Evidence of the actions due to negligence and all subsequent harm associated with it must be provided as proof to a judge or jury for trial cases.

Proving Liability

Though injuries may show that something occurred, they are often not sufficient in proving a specific party is at fault and must provide financial compensation for recovery in these personal injury lawsuits. The victim has the burden of proof in liability for accidents. He or she must explain four elements involving the issue. The duty of care must exist in the situation. This must have been owed to the injured person as well as breached in some fashion. Medical documentation may be used as proof of harm sustained in the accident. Such proof may be used as evidence that the breach is the cause of all obtained wounds, scars, long-term damage and impairments subjected to the surviving individual.

These elements may be difficult to prove when the defending party uses various forms of defense that often show the injured individual was at least partially to blame for what occurred. It is these defensive strategies a lawyer may have to work around as they challenge a claim for compensation in very convincing manners due to carefully worded arguments supplied to either a judge or selected jury panel. In providing evidence that may refute these defenses, there must be a solid foundation that is complicated or difficult to refute in materials used to prove the claim. Witnesses are often extremely valued when they supply supplementary corroboration of direct negative impact on the victim.

Proving Damages

Liability must be assessed first, but once is has been, the case may proceed to determine the proper amount of damages that are entitled to the injured person. These amounts may depend upon several factors that are particular to the claim legally. Some of these include the circumstances surrounding the accident, the full extent of all injuries that were sustained, how these impact the victim and jurisdiction laws. Some of the damages that may be received are due to expenses for medical treatments, wages lost, pain and suffering endured during the process, disability if applicable, property destruction and emotional distress.

When certain circumstances are present, a lawyer may seek punitive damages that may be awarded to the victim from the at-fault party. These differ from other forms of damages. Punitive damages are to punish the defending party for his or her actions. They also most often deter all possible future wrongdoings. They are additional monies awarded on top of all other financial payouts obtained, but they are much less common in application. To receive these, a legal representative often must push for further action. However, a judge may decide this is necessary on his or her own.

If you are interested in speaking with an experienced attorney about your case? Call us today and pay zero dollars for a car accident case consultation.

Spanish Speaking Car Accident Lawyer in Houston, Texas

Spanish-speaking individuals can have a more difficult time seeking justice in their personal injury cases due to language barriers. This causes them to not take action against those who have left them with financial devastation and physical trauma. At the Law Office of Beverly R. Caruthers, our team refuses to let a language barrier affect your right to justice and compensation. If you or someone you love has been injured in an accident and is in need of Spanish-speaking legal advice, our team is here for you.

Personal Injury Lawyer in Houston, Texas

If you or someone you love has been involved in a car accident and suffered an injury, experienced loss of income, or are unable to work due to a car accident, you can benefit from the services of a Houston car accident expert in your personal injury case. Whether you missed work due to an injury or due to not having access to a vehicle, Attorney Beverly R. Caruthers can help you!

 

Beverly R Caruthers Law Office
Address: 4141 Southwest Fwy, Suite 620
Houston, TX 77027
(713) 526-9557
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