Posted on behalf of The Nye Law Group on Nov 17, 2016 in Car Accidents
Proving another driver was at fault for a car accident is a difficult task to handle by yourself.
The Nye Law Group's skilled Savannah auto accident attorneys have the experience needed to help you recover compensation and hold the other driver liable for the damage he or she caused.
Through a free, no obligation consultation, we will review your claim and the events that occurred before your auto accident to determine who was at fault and if you are entitled damages for your injury.
A skilled attorney can provide compelling reasons why the other driver was at fault by analyzing and applying relevant traffic laws and statutes to show that the other driver violated the law.
For example, if your accident occurred while cars were merging, your attorney may be able to apply a statute about when you have the right of way in Georgia.
Applying traffic laws can be relatively easy with certain types of accidents, including:
Our attorneys will accurately represent your claim to show how your car accident injury has affected your life. We will work to show the othe driver was at fault by obtaining evidence to build a case on your behalf.
Another way your attorney can help establish fault in an accident is by assisting you with filing a police report if one was not filed after the accident.
If a report was filed, your attorney can acquire and review it to make sure the facts are correct. The report may note who was at fault for the accident or if a traffic violation was committed.
These could be invaluable pieces of evidence to bolster the argument that the accident was not your fault. Also, insurance companies may drag their feet about issuing car accident liability reports unless they have a police report.
Contact the car accident attorneys in Savannah at The Nye Law Group to find out more about how we can help you after an accident.
We may be able to obtain compensation for medical expenses, lost wages and other damages. Our attorneys work only on contigency, which means the only time you have to pay us is after we recover compensation for your claim.