Even if a jury finds that you are partially at fault for an accident, you will not be barred from recovery in most cases. In some cases, you may not actually be at fault under the law even if you think you may have done something wrong. Current laws regarding liability and the recovery of damages are very complicated and the judge and jury must hear all of the evidence to make a proper determination of “fault.” If you or a loved one was involved in an accident that resulted in personal injuries or a death, you may be entitled to a recovery even if you think you may be at fault for the incident. Texas laws may prevent your recovery if a jury determines that you are 51 percent or more at fault for your injury. If you are found to be less than 51 percent at fault, your recovery will be reduced in proportion to your percentage of fault. Disputes over comparative fault can be very confusing to many people, and the insurance companies will take advantage of this confusion in an effort to limit how much they pay you. Each case must be evaluated on its own separate facts, and if you want to discuss whether or not you have a case in light of your particular facts, just remember One Call, That’s All. The attorneys at The Payne Law Group can explain the comparative fault laws of Texas to you.
Since 1949, The Payne Law Group has represented clients in serious injury, wrongful death and complex business litigation matters. We have been involved in numerous multimillion dollar verdicts and settlements in personal injury and business litigation cases. We will work hard to get the compensation you deserve. Your initial consultation in a personal injury or wrongful death case is always free at The Payne Law Group, just remember One Call, That’s All. You can contact us at 979-776-9800 or 1-855-One-Call or online HERE.
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