Step 3: Establish Liability
By Chris Dixon
Now that we’ve Evaluated Your Case and Gathered Evidence, it’s time to prove liability for your personal injury claim. In this section, we’ll discuss the various ways liability and negligence impact the claims process and how fault is proven.
The Dixon Injury Firm provides legal representation to victims in Southern Illinois and the Greater St. Louis area. We focus on personal injury and auto accidents, including:
The first step is to contact an injury attorney as soon as your able to after an accident. While some claims can be fought and won on your own against insurers, you risk receiving less than you deserve for your injuries. Our St. Louis lawyers help victims deal with insurance companies, the claims process, and trial (if a case can’t be settled outside of court).
To answer your questions about “How do I prove negligence, fault, and liability” in a personal injury case, we’ve covered a number of answers in this section, including:
- Liability and Personal Injury Law
- The 4 Elements of Negligence
- The Burden of Proof in Injury Lawsuits
As always, feel free to contact our St. Louis injury attorneys today for more information. We’re available 24/7 and offer free case reviews and consultations to Illinois and Missouri injury victims. We allow for contingency payment plans, too, which means if we don’t win the case, you don’t pay for our services.