Defining Negligence – Car Accidents

Defining Negligence – Car Accidents

negligence Negligence is the act of someone knowingly ignoring or doing something they know is wrong. Have you or someone you know been involved in a car accident due to someone else’s negligent acts? Proving negligence requires you and your lawyer to prove that the other person was aware of their careless actions. Such as understanding that texting and driving is distracting and increases the chances of being in an accident.

Other Types of Negligence:

Negligent acts that lead to car accidents include a wide variety of factors. Distracted driving is one of the most common causes of car accidents. Texting or using a phone are the newest form of distracted driving. More Modern technologies, such as the Pokemon game, have increased the number of distracted drivers on a global level. Eating, grooming, conversing and using the radio are other top distractions for drivers these days.

Legal Representation:

Getting an experienced car accident attorney will help get justice for your claim. Negligence is a serious factor when being involved in an accident. With the help of one of our car accident attorneys at Rob Levine & Associates, we will get you the compensation you deserve. Contact one of our attorneys as soon as possible so that we can start the process of getting you help and back on your feet. (888) 533-7507

Proving Fault – Car Accident:

Being able to prove negligence is another way of supporting your claim. Depending on the state you reside in, proving fault has different requirements. A majority of states will require the party with the most responsibility to be liable for the accident. Other states will not let victim’s get any compensation if they have any fault in the crash.

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