A car accident is one of the most stressful times in someone’s life. Statistics show that 2.35 million people are injured and over 37,000 people die as the result of road crashes. A car accident is the leading cause of death related to a traumatic brain injury. One of the most crucial aspects of serious car accidents is determining who is at fault. It might seem that determining fault is rather easy to determine. Unfortunately, there are situations where the aspect of fault is not easy to prove. Here are three common rulings used to determine fault in an automobile accident.
- Partial Comparative Fault
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