You’ve been injured by another driver’s negligence, and your recovery will hinge on your ability to obtain the compensation that covers your full range of damages. Obtaining this compensation, however, rides on having the evidence you need to determine the other driver’s fault in the matter, and a credible accident witness can be very compelling evidence. If you’ve been injured by another driver’s negligence, you need the professional legal guidance of an experienced Kansas City car accident attorney.
The Other Driver
Even if the other driver is blatantly at fault, it doesn’t mean that he or she will accept responsibility or that the insurance company will readily accept their policy holder’s fault. In these situations, you’ll need to demonstrate the other driver’s negligence, and while physical evidence can help determine how your crash happened, nothing beats having an accident witness – or two – who back up your claim.
Accident witnesses are generally neutral third parties who have absolutely no reason to lie about what they saw. While you and the other driver naturally want to back up your own side of things, accident witnesses simply have no reason for doing so, and the judge or jury trying your case is likely to find this fact especially compelling.
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Seek the Legal Guidance of an Experienced Kansas City Car Accident Attorney Today
The accomplished Kansas City car accident attorneys at Krause & Kinsman Law Firm are committed to helping you build your strongest claim – in pursuit of compensation that covers your damages in their entirety. To learn more, please don’t wait to contact or call us at 816-307-2763 today.
How much does a car accident attorney cost?
Your car accident attorney won’t be paid anything until your claim settles or you receive a court award, and then he or she will receive a prearranged percentage.
Can’t I trust the insurance company?
The insurance company is a for-profit enterprise, and you can only trust it to maximize its own profits.
Can I negotiate with the insurance company myself?
You can, but you are unlikely to do yourself any favors.