Negligence occurs around us more than most of us realize. Other motorists are distracted, drunk or tired, and medical professionals may fail to order or accurately read certain tests. Even property owners can be negligent in failing to recognize and free their premises from hazardous conditions. These situations can lead to accidents that leave victims with serious injuries and significant economic and noneconomic damages. If you've found yourself in this position, then you may be asking yourself what you can do to help yourself recover your losses and get back on your feet.
For most people in your situation, pursuing a personal injury lawsuit is the best option. Succeeding with one of these claims requires you to prove negligence and causation by a preponderance of the evidence, which, depending on your circumstances, may sound pretty easy to do. However, no personal injury case is guaranteed to succeed, which is why, no matter how strong your claim may seem, you should think about obtaining assistance from a qualified law firm, like the one at Gusty AE Sunseri & Associates.
Our legal team knows how to build a compelling personal injury lawsuit, as well as minimize the potential impact of comparative negligence. Sure, we can identify critical physical evidence and witnesses, but we also know how spot pitfalls with regard to evidentiary and trial rules. We also know how to tear down the defense's arguments, whether that means attacking witness credibility, challenging the accuracy of physical evidence or even putting forth rebuttal witnesses to contradict the testimony put forth by the defense.
Our firm as proven itself time and time again to provide the competent legal representation needed to succeed on these types of claims. So, those in need of a personal injury attorney should think about looking into our firm further. There are many moving pieces to a lawsuit, and it's rarely as glamorous as is shown on television. The issues that can make or break a case are not always obvious, either, which means you need a legal ally on your side who will ensure that no stone has been left unturned before proceeding with settlement negotiations and litigation.