If you suffered a brain injury in the accident and you are seeking legal damages then you are going to need evidence of your injury. Luckily, evidence that you suffered a brain injury may come from something that you naturally did immediately after the crash. You may be able to prove that you suffered a brain injury in the accident through your medical records and/or your doctors’ testimony.

 

In other words, you are going to need medical evidence of your injuries. The insurance company is going to be unwilling to settle without evidence of your injury and a court is going to be unwilling to rule in your favor without evidence of your injury.

 

Of course, proving your injury is not the only thing that you need to establish when you are making a car accident brain injury claim in Kentucky. You also need to establish that:

 

  • The defendant owed you a duty of care
  • The defendant breached that duty of care by failing to act like a reasonable person
  • The breach of the duty of care caused your accident injuries
  • You are legally entitled to relief

 

For more information about how to prove your claim and get the relief that you deserve for the brain injury you suffered in the accident, please contact an experienced Louisville brain injury lawyer today via this website or by calling 800.634.8767 or 502.210.8942 to schedule an initial consultation.

Matthew L. White
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