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How do I Know if my Case Qualifies as a Personal Injury Case?

In order for a victim to receive compensation there are three specific requirements that must be met by law:

auto-injury1. Being able to prove that another person was at-fault (negligent) for causing an event that led to injuries.

2. The victim must be able to prove with “evidence” that they have actually suffered an injury as a direct result of someone else’s carelessness.

3. An accident victim must be able to prove the loss of quality of life as a result of the injury. This can be a complex issue to prove because everyone responds differently to pain.

Personal injury attorneys representing injured victims of any motor vehicle collision must make sure that the above criteria is met before filing a lawsuit. A lack of evidence in the requirements can make it impossible for you to successfully resolve your claim. Talk to a qualified attorney to determine if there is substantial evidence to pursue your personal injury case.

The Cunnane Law Office has provided this content for informational purposes only.  You should refer your questions to a personal injury attorney.

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