Regardless of the type of case, most personal injury cases have specific criteria that must be met for the injured party to seek compensation for injury. Under the law, the evidence required to meet these criteria can vary widely depending on the type of personal injury case. A person injured in any personal injury accident is required to prove the following:
- Prove a person/party was negligent and responsible for the incident;
- Prove that the negligence/incident caused an injury;
- Prove the extent and duration of the injury and any damages that arose as a result; and
- Be able to obtain the money owed from the responsible party/parties
Each of these elements is vital to the ability to pursue a personal injury claim. Although these criteria are each distinct and necessary elements of an injury claim, remember that this is not a situation where “most” is good enough. Either all four requirements must be met or no recovery is likely to occur.
Oracle Law Group has experienced personal injury attorneys that can help you if you have been injured in an accident. Our accident lawyers will work hard to investigate and gather evidence. Our personal injury attorneys will guide you through the legal process helping you step by step. If you or your loved one has been injured in a personal injury incident, call our Arizona personal injury lawyers today for a free consultation.