Multi-Car Pileup: Who Is Responsible For Injuries You Sustained?

car  accidentWhen you are driving down the road and suddenly find yourself involved in a multi-car pileup, you will be shaken. Along with the injuries you have suffered and having a car that will need to be repaired or replaced, you will feel bewildered when trying to figure out who was at fault and who will be responsible for paying you for your damages. While this sounds like an impossible task, it is not. To learn how to manage these difficult situations and come out with the compensation you deserve, consult with Palm Beach Garden FL injury attorneys at Personal Injury of Florida.

 

Negligence and Rules of the Road

Whether it is an accident involving only two vehicles or one that is a multi-car pileup, the fact is fault is determined by the rules of negligence and the rules of the road. In other words, police who investigate the accident will make a determination as to which driver’s actions initiated the accident. Once this is determined, that driver will be generally be responsible for paying compensation for your damages.  However, that is not always the case as the investigating officer may not have spoken to all parties involved or witnesses to the crash.

 

Comparative Negligence

Due to there being many drivers who were involved in your multi-car pileup, it is possible that more than one driver was negligent in some manner. Because of this, the accident will need to be carefully analyzed to determine just how many drivers contributed to the accident. Once this is done, a percentage of blame to those drivers may then be apportioned, making them responsible for paying certain amounts in damages. Since there will undoubtedly be many disputes about this along the way, turn to Palm Beach Garden FL injury attorneys at Personal Injury of Florida for assistance.

 

Rather than be denied the maximum compensation you deserve, schedule an immediate consultation with Palm Beach Garden FL injury attorneys at Personal Injury of Florida to discuss your legal options.