Who’s At Fault When A Driver Backs Into Your Car?
It is widely believed that if a driver backs their car into your vehicle, you are accountable for the damages. This is not true.
If a personal injury claim is filed, both parties will investigate the details contributing to the accident. In most of these situations, the driver who struck the other vehicle is transparent about their mistake, and their insurance company provides compensation for any injuries sustained.
Supporting A Case
If the other driver refuses to accept responsibility for their mistake, the outcome of a potential trial will be based on which party can present enough relevant evidence to justify their claim. Independent experts, witnesses, and police reports can all be presented to a jury or judge to prove who is responsible for the accident.
One local family was driving down their culdesac when another driver started revving their engine and sped back into them. The father decided to contact Fast Help’s Atlanta personal injury attorneys who gathered witness statements from those who observed the accident.
These key witnesses were enough to cause the other driver’s insurance company to provide compensation for each family member who was injured.
Another one of our clients had his car sitting on a hill in busy traffic when the vehicle in front of him started rolling toward him. After picking up some momentum, the vehicle smashed into our client’s car, causing significant damage and several injuries.
To make matters worse, the driver then sped away from the scene of the accident. Fortunately, a witness was able to capture a picture of their license plate with their smartphone and provide a statement that helped our client win their case.
Contact Fast Help For Results
If another driver backs into your vehicle, contact the attorneys at Fast Help right away. We deliver results and have helped thousands of accident victims obtain the compensation that covers all of their expenses during their recovery.
Only our network has the resources and the experience to provide services without requiring any payment. In fact, our clients never pay anything for our services unless we win their case.
We also provide cash advances that range from $500 to $5,000 to help you cover your immediate bills if necessary. If you are the victim of these circumstances, dial (404) 592-0318 to speak with an attorney 24 hours a day.