What is the evidence needed in an automobile injury case?Return to FAQ Videos
In Florida, an automobile injury case requires you to prove at least four factors. One, that the crash was not your fault. It has to be somebody else’s fault. That’s called liability, and that the injuries that you have sustained, whether they are new injuries or pre-existing injuries that became worse, were caused by the crash. Third, that the damages that you are claiming of medical care, medical bills, pain and suffering, lost wages, scarring or disfigurement, perhaps you have been burned from this, all came as a result of the crash, and, lastly, it is very important that we prove that the conditions that you have suffered for has a permanent change to your body, called permanency.
It’s very important for you to contact a lawyer to help navigate through these four criteria, and make sure that you have the evidence to support your claim to support your case.