The two basic areas of examination in evaluating any personal injury accident case are liability and damages. Depending on the circumstances of a motorcycle accident case, one or both of these areas may be complicated.
If you have been injured, you may have a personal injury claim against the person who caused your injuries. If you do, you may be compensated for those injuries. Here are some answers to typical questions that a personal injury victim may have.
Evaluating a Personal Injury Case: Elements
A finding of liability is the first step in evaluating a potential personal injury case. Determining who is legally liable can be a complicated process in some cases such as product liability, or a fairly straight-forward one in a simple “fender bender” auto accident.