Liability may be challenging to demonstrate without the guidance of an experienced Spring pedestrian accident lawyer. Due to the legal duty of care that drivers assume when operating a vehicle, there are some elements of negligence that you have to determine in order to successfully prove liability.
To prove elements of negligence, you must demonstrate the following:
- Duty: The driver possessed a legal duty of care to abide by traffic laws and act with regard to other people’s safety
- Violation of duty: The driver violated their duty of care by neglecting to abide by traffic laws or drive with reasonable safety
- Causation: The driver’s violation of duty directly caused the accident and injuries
- Damages Suffered: You incurred economic and non-economic losses due to their violation of duty of care
Working with an experienced pedestrian accident lawyer may help you obtain necessary evidence to prove elements of negligence. Evidence may include video surveillance at a traffic light, police reports, witness testimony, and retaining accident reconstructionist. We manage all aspects of your claim so you may focus on recovery.