LANCASTER, PA, December 29, 2012 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Proving liability in motor vehicle accidents is seldom as black and white as we'd like to believe. Even those that seem straight forward such as rear-end collisions may involve multiple parties and have more factors than you can count.
The police may make an assessment of the scene, but their information can be incomplete or based on faulty details. This same information can be manipulated by insurance adjustors who will be looking for ways to save their company money. The last person you want to rely on for an accurate assessment of an accident is an insurance adjustor, yet these people are often allowed to have the final say.
How can you legally prove who was at fault and ensure you are properly compensated? The truth is you can't. You need an experienced auto accident lawyer on your side to determine fault, fight for your rights, and get you the justice you deserve.
Some auto accidents are caused by driver negligence. This can include distraction, aggressive driving, or even intoxication. Some accidents are caused by defective roadways such as inadequate signs, malfunctioning signals, or unmaintained surfaces. Others still are caused by vehicle malfunctions including recent examples such as accelerators that become stuck. Your accident may have been caused by one or more of these factors. It may also have been caused by something else entirely, and the only way to determine that is with an investigation.
Your auto accident lawyer will investigate the actual cause of your accident. Only through the findings of an investigation can the liable party be held accountable. You deserve justice, but your compensation should come from the party that actually caused your injuries. Working with an experienced auto accident lawyer is the best way to establish liability and ensure you are provided with the maximum compensation you are due.
For more information on establishing liability, please visit the website of the Lancaster, Pennsylvania auto accident lawyers at Atlee Hall, LLP today at www.atleehall.com.