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How Is Fault Determined in a Car Accident?

Mostly the driver who is responsible for the road or car accident should be in a position to pay the damages. The drivers’ insurance companies often decide on the drivers’ liability and want to seek an indemnity from other companies that help cover the insured. Most insurance companies often draw the same conclusion and here are the common ways you can find out how fault is determined in a car accident.

1. Check all the traffic violations a driver has made in the past. He or she will be responsible and issued a citation or ticket for speeding and running over a red light. Other violations are most likely to attract fines. Insurance companies always align their policies according to police findings and help determine liability.

2. The Police and the insurance companies often rely on the different kinds of evidences that help determine faults that occur in an accident. There could be photos and witness statements that can help pin the blame. Police reports often help along with video cameras both public and private that may show the evidence of what has happened. The physical evidence also includes skid marks and paint rip offs.

3. Recording comments is also a great way to fight for claims and driver accounts are given a lot of credence. The driver should always be blame in an accident, but it makes good sense to investigate the real deal.

4. Unless the driver causes the car accident intentionally, it makes good sense to justify the damage that is caused in accidents. Negligence is often about breaching certain duties and then claiming damages. Checking out on the happenings is a must and you should try to find out who is to blame for the damage.

For further information about how you can claim compensation in a car accident, please contact Opara Law PC by email at or by phone at 416-840-5572.