Finding out who was responsible for the accident is almost often fairly easy. It may take some digging, a lot of questions, information and knowledge, but there is usually always a way to discover who is at fault for the accident.
In some rare cases, though, there is no one at fault. It can be easy to say that no one was at fault of a sudden bolt of lightning striking down from the sky, or a deer suddenly jumping out into the middle of the street, or maybe that there was a hidden patch of ice in a parking lot. But under further inspection, it could have been the property owners own fault for not taking care of their property and causing the accident, or maybe it wasn’t.
To put it easier, you cannot sue anyone, the driver or their insurance company (if involved in a car accident), the owner, or whoever, if your case has been deemed No One’s Fault. However, there are minor exceptions such as the driver being arrested for driving under the influence or even injuring you on purpose.
But in that one case where no one is claimed to be at fault for the cause of the accident, what happens next? What will your Injury Lawyer do?
Well, if you have already talked to your Injury Lawyer (which is a good thing to do, because you can never be too sure or if you weren’t completely sure about your injury) and have given an outline through what had happened and how you or another party had gotten injured and discussed everything that needed to be talked about, and have discovered that in the end – no one was at fault – your lawyer may advise or help you deal with your no-fault insurance.
No-Fault benefits are another thing an Injury Lawyer can discuss with you. Sometimes, your accident benefits could be calculated based off a numerous amount of factors, some being pre-accident income, severity of your injuries and/or any possible extra accident benefits that you may qualify for.
Your No-fault benefits do come with some limitations though, such as a certain amount being paid yearly. However, your Injury Lawyer is there to help you navigate through your case and the no-fault system.
Your Injury Lawyer will still help with the things you need help with until everything is settled and over with. They will answer your questions and guide you through any legal issues that could possibly arise because there is one thing we all need to remember: Lawyers are out there to help settle their client’s case. They have this job for a reason, and that reason is too aide you through your time of need.