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Proving Your Case After a Denver Car Accident

Posted by Jeremy Rosenthal | Nov 22, 2019 | 0 Comments

After you have been involved in a car accident in Denver or the greater Denver metropolitan area, you can file a personal injury case to recover financial compensation for the injuries you suffered. To do this, you will have to prove that another driver was negligent and that their negligence was the cause of your injuries. There are very specific legal rules that apply to present evidence in court. With a highly experienced personal injury lawyer by your side, you can present the evidence of your case and seek to recover what is rightfully owed to you.

Proving your case is a crucial part of winning the money you deserve. The experienced personal injury attorneys at are here to help you get financial compensation for your injuries and get your life back on track.

How to Prove Your Case

With the help of your Denver personal injury attorney, you will present evidence to the judge and jury that shows that the other driver was responsible for the accident that caused your injuries. Doing this requires certain practiced techniques and an understanding of the rules of evidence. However, you do not have to know these rules or techniques—your lawyer will do that for you.

Accident Reconstruction

An accident reconstruction shows the jury how the accident occurred. It shows the when, where, and how of everything that happened. Depending on the case, an accident reconstruction may be a simple retelling of the story, or it may involve the use of expert testimony to show exactly how a collision occurred. This will depend on the facts of your individual case.

Medical Evidence

Following an automobile accident, medical injuries must be treated. This treatment creates paperwork, invoices, bills, and doctor's notes that can be used to prove that your injuries existed, how severe they were, and what they cost you to treat. This evidence will help prove not only the costs you should be reimbursed, but help prove the pain and suffering you went through that should also be compensated.

Witness Testimony

Those who witnessed the accident cant testify about what they saw, did, or heard. This includes those involved in the accident (including you) as well as any people who were not involved but witnessed the accident. A person's recollection of events can be incredibly helpful in proving your injuries.

Consult an Experienced Denver Auto Accident Attorney

Proving your case is an important part of your personal injury case, and getting the financial compensation you deserve.

If you or a loved one has been injured in any sort of motor vehicle accident in the greater Denver metropolitan area, please do not hesitate to contact us today at 303-642-8888 for a free consultation. We are here waiting for you.

About the Author

Jeremy Rosenthal

Attorney Jeremy Rosenthal is dedicated to helping his clients seek just compensation for their injuries regardless of the lengths he has to go to or the distances he may have to travel in order to get it.


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