Single vs. Multiple Vehicle Accidents

Injured? Our Columbia car accident attorney can help.

A single car accident can be devastating occurrence, but when multiple vehicles are involved, determining who was at fault can become more complicated. In some instances a single vehicle goes out of control due to a faulty safety system such as brakes, tires or other component, or due to hazards in the road that were unavoidable, or dangerous weather conditions. In other cases, a serious injury accident takes place and there are multiple vehicles involved. South Carolina uses a modified negligence doctrine which only allows the injured party to recover their damages if they are less than 50% at fault. With this doctrine, the party that was found negligent would also only be liable for the percentage of damage that he or she caused.

Determining Liability in an Injury Accident

When you are involved in an automobile collision, liability can be difficult to determine, and assistance from a legal professional is extremely important. Concerns about who is going to pay for the injuries must be resolved. Our Columbia car accident lawyer has the experience needed to help you through the process, and we have access to highly respected independent accident investigators to find the supporting evidence for a claim or lawsuit. We have represented many injured parties and we will be in your corner to represent you during these trying times.

At the Law Offices of James R. Snell, Jr., LLC, our legal team focuses on car accident injury cases Columbia and throughout South Carolina, and we are dedicated to serving your legal needs with compassion and skill. We begin by focusing on the facts from your situation, and proceed to obtain all the information necessary to build your case, and we are dedicated to providing you with the highest level of legal representation on a personal, one-on-one basis.

We are prepared to fight for you and we will prepare a case against any at-fault corporations, individuals, and insurance companies. Please contact us today for a free consultation, and one of our Columbia injury attorneys is prepared to discuss your case and answer any questions you may have regarding your case.

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