The determination of “fault” after a car accident can sometimes be difficult (even when it doesn’t seem like it should). You know what happened, but the other side tells a different story, and the now, there is a fight about who is at fault.
“Fault” is generally defined as conduct which causes or contributes to harm. In Arizona, more than one person can be found to be at fault. This is called a shared fault or comparative fault.
As attorneys experienced in representing accident victims, Zachar Law Firm are well-versed in determining and proving who is at fault, sometimes requiring experts to assist. Zachar Law Firm understands these issues, and we have the experience—-and experts, to prove it.
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