When a car accident involves more than two vehicles, determining fault can be difficult. In these instances, one or more drivers may be liable for any injuries.
There are many factors that can take part to create a multi-vehicle accident, including human error and roadway risks. These collisions are often in roadways with severe traffic when one driver is negligent and makes a mistake and other drivers are not enough to get out of the way and stop the accident from occurring.
Frequent causes of multi-vehicle collisions are:
A personal injury attorney can help you figure out the fault in a multi-vehicle accident. They will take into account several factors. They will collect many forms of evidence, including:
Arizona also has a comparative negligence law. This means that if a jury finds you at fault for a part of the incident, it will then reduce any compensation awarded in proportion to what your percentage of fault is.
If this happens, an attorney will defend your claim so that you don’t receive more than your share of the blame. Your attorney can negotiate with an insurance company to get you a fair amount.
Have you been involved in a multi-vehicle collision? If you or a loved one sustained an injury in a multi-vehicle collision, contact the expert personal injury attorneys at ELG Law Group. Contacting ELG Law will help you in the case of your car accident claim as soon as possible. Each accident is unique and damages vary from case to case. It is important to retain the services of an experienced personal injury attorney who can help you within the boundaries of your accident. Contact us to discuss the details of your accident and how we can assist you to regain the compensation you fully deserve.