Understanding Legal Responsibility in Sacramento Injury Cases

Liability in an injury claim is finding who is legally responsible. It means who is the likely cause of your injury. It’s who is chargeable with being the author. In the United States our liability laws define the responsible parties in the event of personal injury. Your injuries depend on the circumstances, that is: your location and activity. You were driving on I-5 and were side-impacted by a speeding driver. Or, you were working a crane at a construction site in the Auburn and a cable snapped. The law determines legal responsibility or liability when these exact circumstances, or similar circumstances, have happened before. The responsible party is a particular person or legal representative who knew or should have known an injury could result. A party who acted carelessly, recklessly or committed intentional wrongdoing is the negligent or liable party.

Personal injury lawsuits can take many different forms. The responsible party is defined differently in different sets of circumstances. For instance, if you were injured in a car accident, in the workplace, by a defective product or if you slipped and fell in a public place, different laws apply which define the legally responsible party.

Your compensation depends on the severity of your injuries, finding the responsible party and proving legal responsibility or liability. A Sacramento lawyer can help with types of personal injury cases including motor vehicle accidents, construction accidents, defective products, medical malpractice, brain injury cases, wrongful death cases and nursing home or elder-care abuse.

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The value of your personal injury lawsuit will depend on the:

  • Circumstances under which you were injured
  • Extent and severity of your injuries
  • Ability to prove your injuries
  • Knowledge and dedication of your personal injury lawyer

The quality and commitment of your attorney is critical to a successful personal injury claim. Your personal injury lawyer will gather evidence, interview witnesses, calculate your damages, negotiate with the insurance company and, if needed, take your case to trial. An attorney’s ability and willingness, even with favorable facts and evidence on your side, is often the only way to ensure fair compensation for your personal injury.

Mr. Wyatt is serious, dedicated, fearless and relentless about protecting your rights to fair compensation!