Cars are a necessary and integral part of most people’s lives. They get us to work, to school, and anywhere else that we need them to. In the wrong hands, however, a major accident could occur that changes your life. When that happens, you should not take it upon yourself to manage a lawsuit while simultaneously recovering from the accident. It is in your best interest to find a Board-certified personal injury attorney like David E. Gordon to represent you in your legal challenge.
If a defendant’s negligence caused a collision that left you with a mountain of bills to pay, let a Bartlett car accident lawyer represent your interests and pursue compensation on your behalf.
Carelessness behind the wheel can easily lead to a major accident. If a driver ignores stop signs and traffic lights, speeds beyond the limit, weaves in and out of lanes quickly, gets distracted while driving, or drives while intoxicated, the odds of an unfortunate outcome increase dramatically. The harder a crash occurs, the more serious the injuries tend to be. Wrongful death claims are common in car accidents, even when the deceased was wearing a seat belt
Nearly any injury that is caused by negligence could be compensable, but certain injuries are especially common in car accidents. These may include, but are not limited to:
Personal injuries of this nature can have a major negative effect on a person’s daily life. When this occurs, a Bartlett auto collision lawyer like David can use those effects to make the case for compensation.
Proving that the defendant engaged in negligent actions is a prerequisite to a successful civil claim. In order to prove the defendant’s negligence, the client and their Bartlett car accident attorney must show how the defendant acted wrongfully and breached a duty of care. If this breach is what caused the client’s injuries, they have effectively proved negligence. In addition to proving negligence, they must also prove each of the losses they suffered and the amounts of compensation appropriate to the claim.
The Tennessee Rules of Evidence outline how evidence may be presented. This also outlines the types of evidence that may be presented and the manner in which they must be admitted. Evidence of the defendant’s negligence may be proven by evidence such as the following:
All of this and much more may be admissible to prove not only that the defendant was negligent, but also the physical, emotional, and economic costs of their negligent actions.
Car accidents are a common occurrence but when it happens to you it can be a life-changing event that puts you in a difficult position. You want an attorney who will treat your case with the level of concern that you yourself give it. The Law Office of David E. Gordon is ready to work for you and seek justice for the harm that occurred through no fault of your own. Contact an experienced Bartlett car accident lawyer today to learn more.