Car accident investigations require experience and skill
Every day, thousands of people travel on the busy highways of Western Pennsylvania. Some of these people will be involved in a car accident that will change their lives forever. While some accidents are not preventable, many of them are caused by a motorist who failed to follow the rules of the road.
Determining who is at fault in an accident is a prerequisite to recovering damages. The person who is primarily at fault for the accident will be responsible for the damages he or she caused. Under Pennsylvania’s comparative fault law, if an injured party was 50 percent or less at fault they can be awarded damages, although the damages will be reduced by their percentage of fault. Damages can compensate the injured party for their medical expenses, lost wages and pain and suffering.
It can be difficult to investigate a car accident case all on your own. A thorough investigation may require you to deal with insurance companies and insurance adjusters, whose main goal may be to minimize the damages you suffered. The attorneys at Gismondi & Associates have decades of experience in dealing with all kinds of vehicle accident cases.
The attorneys at Gismondi & Associates work tirelessly to find out what actually happened in the accident. After gathering as much evidence as possible, the attorneys put together a strategy to give each client an opportunity to recover fair compensation. Car accidents can cause a lot of pain and strife, but with the right legal representation, an injured victim will have a chance to get their life back.