If you are involved in an accident while turning and you believe that you are not at fault, a lawyer can help you by:
- Gathering and reviewing evidence: A lawyer will investigate the accident and collect evidence such as police reports, witness statements, and photographs or video footage of the scene to determine who was at fault.
- Proving fault: A lawyer will use the evidence gathered to build a case demonstrating that the other driver was at fault for the accident. This may involve arguing that the other driver was speeding, distracted, or otherwise negligent in their actions.
- Negotiating a settlement: If the other driver's insurance company is unwilling to offer a fair settlement, a lawyer can negotiate on your behalf to try to get a better offer. This may involve presenting evidence of the other driver's fault and the damages you have suffered as a result of the accident.
- Filing a lawsuit: If negotiations are unsuccessful, a lawyer can file a lawsuit on your behalf to seek compensation for your damages.
Overall, a lawyer can help you navigate the legal process after an accident while turning and advocate for your rights to ensure that you are fairly compensated for any damages or injuries you have suffered.