Usually, auto accidents occur because a driver has been negligent, meaning that he or she has operated a vehicle in a careless and unsafe manner. A driver may be deemed negligent for many reasons, for example for violating the speed limit, ignoring traffic signals, or being preoccupied by distracting activities like eating or talking on a cell phone while driving.

To recover for an automobile accident, the injured party has the burden of proving the other driver was negligent. This means the victim must explain how the driver was negligent and how the accident caused the victim’s injuries. Finally, the victim must prove that the injuries are of the type that deserve just compensation.

Although the above requirements sound difficult, Attorney Samuel Solodar can assist by skillfully navigating an injured person’s claims through the complexities of the court system, identifying the legal bases for the claims and quantifying the damages to which the injured individual is entitled.

Do not delay in contacting the Law Office of Samuel Solodar at (512) 375-0321. Your attorney consultation is 100% free.