A high percentage of auto accidents happen because a driver has been negligent, meaning that they have operated a vehicle illegally or improperly. A driver must exercise 'reasonable care' while behind the wheel and may be negligent for not following traffic signals, speeding, or being preoccupied by distracting activities like texting or talking on a cell phone while driving, preoccupied by other people or animals in the car, drinking or eating, etc.
The burden of proving negligence, however, is on the injured party. It falls on the victim to show that the driver who caused the car accident was negligent and that the accident caused injuries deserving of compensation. This is where an excellent attorney is the key to making a lawsuit worth effort. A good attorney will know that time is valuable, takes the proper steps, knows how to obtain the proof that is needed to either settle for a large amount of money or take your case to trial (if company entities are involved, they do not want the negative publicity and many times will settle out of court). Compensation can come from: Driver's insurance company (for driving negligence), auto companies & auto parts or tire companies due to defects. Sometimes government entities.
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