Special considerations might occur in personal injury cases
When you think of a car accident, you likely think of an accident that involves two vehicles. You might even assume that one vehicle was completely at fault for the accident. While that is the most common form of motor vehicle accident, that isn’t the only type of accident that can occur. When you are involved in a car accident that has complex components, we can help you to seek compensation.
Who Is Liable In Car Accidents Involving Property?
Think about the case that we discussed last week. The woman who was injured wasn’t in a vehicle. Instead, she was in a store. The lawsuit she filed alleges that the store didn’t take the necessary steps to prevent the car accident. In a case like that, there might be more than one person or party that you can hold liable.
The parties you name as the defendants in the lawsuit play a very important part in your case. You can’t get compensation from a person or party that wasn’t named as the defendant. This means that when you initially file your case, you should include any party that is at least partially at fault for the accident.