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By now you probably know that if you’re involved in a motor vehicle accident and the other driver was to blame, you have grounds for a lawsuit. But did you know you will need to prove negligence by the at-fault driver? So, how do you prove negligence? Scott Smith says it’s a one-word answer: evidence.
Evidence such as direct testimony from eyewitnesses to the motor vehicle crash to those that were involved in the crash, also to demonstrative-type evidence such as photographs of the crash scene or of the vehicles involved. And often, we hire accident reconstructionists that are experts in reconstructing an accident.
The jury must understand exactly what happened and whether the weight of the evidence points to negligence. If you’ve been involved in a car accident, make sure you have an attorney who will fight to get all the evidence you need. Call Scott Smith Injury Law or visit scottsmithinjurylaw.com.