Archive for December 6th, 2014
Personal injury law provides that an injured person can seek fair compensation for psychological or physical suffering caused by another person. You can be awarded damages if there is evidence that the other person was negligent or if the harm was intentional. Based on strict liability law, you can also claim compensation if the other party simply conducted themselves in a certain way even if such conduct does not amount to negligence. Based on the modified comparative rule, the injured party can only be compensated if their fault in causing the motorcycle accidents does not exceed 50 %. In such a case, the damages are determined by the portion of the plaintiff’s fault.
At the David Boehrer Law Firm, every injured rider is offered the legal representation their case requires to ensure the violator is held accountable for their actions and damages are paid for the pain and suffering caused. The lawyer will review each client’s case and find evidence that puts responsibility on negligent road users. The attorney will also consider the extent of injuries the client has suffered in the determination of the damages the negligent driver will have to pay. Your lawyer will put in the aggressiveness, skills and time the trial requires to ensure you get compensation for the pain, medical cost and loss of income.