Most of the personal injury claims and lawuits that are filed in Minnesota involve injuries suffered in car accidents. These cases involve the law of negligence. A driver might be determined to be careless and negligent when he or she fails to act like a reasonable and prudent person would act under the same or similar circumstances. Here are some examples of negligence in auto accident personal injury cases:
• Following a vehicle ahead too closely.
• Driving too fast for traffic or weather conditions.
• Failure to yield the right-of-way when turning left.
• Disobeying a stop sign or red light.
• Failing to keep a proper lookout ahead.
When the auto accident injury law firm in Minnesota at Rutzick Law Offices is able to prove that a driver caused an accident and injuries, the victim of that accident becomes eligible for monetary damages. Here is what those damages commonly consist of in Minnesota:\
• Past and future medical bills.
• Past and future lost earnings.
• Any permanent disfigurement or disability.
• Pain and suffering.
• Loss of enjoyment of life.
• Other substantial damages in the event of a wrongfful death.
That adjuster for the insurance company of the motorist who caused your accident and injuries isn’t your friend. When a car insurance company is exposeed to a loss, it will do whatever it can to devalue a personal injury victim’s claim. On the other hand, it’s the objective of our auto accident injury law firm in Minnesota to maximize any proceeds that you might derive from a settlement or award. Don’t give that opposing insurance company an opportunity to start devaluing your claim. Contact us right away to arrange for a free consultation and case evaluation on your accident.