Reckless Driving Victim? Get Help From A 20+ year Pasco Attorney
After any car accident, you can find yourself in very chaotic situation.
Between talking to police and speaking with your insurance company, you can quickly get overwhelmed by all the things you need to do to get your car fixed and a claim filed. This doesn’t even include all the complications that can arise if you are also injured in the accident.
Because of all this, it can be easy to just want to get the situation resolved, accept whatever the insurance companies say and put it all behind you. However, this can be a costly mistake if there are indications that the other driver was negligent or reckless.
This is because you could collect much more than what is being offered if you pursue a personal injury lawsuit.
Taking Legal Action Regarding The Accident
In order to pursue legal action, however, you will need to show that the other driver (or another party) is liable for the accident. To do this, evidence needs to be collected and presented.
There are a number of places where information about a car accident can be found. For example, you can collect valuable details of an accident by reviewing:
- Police reports
- Chemical testing results
- Video surveillance tapes
- Cellphone records
- Witness statements
- Driving history
- Details of the accident scene
- Accident reconstruction reports
Based on this information, you may be able to show that a driver was intoxicated, distracted, reckless, fatigued or otherwise negligent behind the wheel.
“At the law firm of Frank P. Bianco, P.A., I understand the pressures you face regarding your auto accident. If someone else’s negligence caused your injuries, you may be entitled to compensation for your damages or losses.”
If you don’t have experience with these claims, it can be very difficult to know how to track down this data and interpret it in a legal context. Because of this, it can be quite helpful to seek the support and guidance of a personal injury attorney.