Filing a Personal Injury Lawsuit
A personal injury lawsuit may be filed when a person is injured and sustains damages as a result of the wrongful actions or negligence of another person or entity. These cases can be extremely complex and require a lot of time and effort to seek compensation that is fair based on the degree that an injured accident victim has suffered at the hands of someone else.
Individuals may be entitled to compensation for medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and even emotional or psychological trauma that has been inflicted upon them in connection with an accident. There are challenges that injured victims and their loved ones often face when trying to get an insurance company or other responsible party to do what is just in their case. In many cases it takes help from an experienced personal injury claim lawyer for accident victims to get what they deserve or in line with the determined personal injury claim value.
The major challenge for any personal injury lawsuit is proving liability and in some U.S. states determining what percentage of blame is attributable to the fault party can complicate things even further if it is considered to be less than 100 percent. Joe Motta offers a strong support system for those faced with the challenges of pursuing a personal injury claim against someone who has wronged them or imposed undue harm. They have the knowledge, tools, and experience required to ensure that a proper investigation is conducted to determine liability and pursue the most equitable verdict or settlement possible for a client’s case.