If you have recently suffered a Ford paint peeling lawsuit, you are not alone. Many people across the nation have sustained very real and serious injuries as a result of Ford’s negligence. Fortunately, many such cases end with a jury verdict in favor of the injured party, but many turn into expensive court battles that cost thousands of dollars and consume large amounts of time and money. Here’s what to expect when filing your own Ford paint peeling lawsuit:
If you’ve been in a wreck that involves an auto accident, chances are good that you will be at fault.
Even if you are not at fault in an accident, you will likely be found liable because you were not following proper procedures at the time of the accident. Even if you are found not to be at fault, insurance companies look at the handling of your case and determine how much damage was done in the event of an auto accident, and determine how much your policy should pay you.
You must document all information found during your investigation. If a reconstruction of the accident is needed to prove your negligence, it is important to obtain this documentation as soon as possible so a judge can look over the evidence later. Remember that if you are found to be at fault in a Ford paint peeling lawsuit, it is extremely important to take all the relevant documents to the courthouse and obtain a temporary restraining order (TRO). A TRO will prevent your insurance company from continuing any type of coverage until the courts have determined either that you are at fault or that they must stop under the provisions of your temporary restraining order.
After the TRO has been granted, you will be able to work with your insurance adjuster.
He or she will be able to determine the best method for your car to be repaired following the accident. You will likely receive a check from your insurance carrier to cover the costs of repairing your vehicle. This check may be held until the court case is settled or until the final decree has been issued by the court.
In some cases, it may be necessary to have a second inspection of your vehicle following the accident for your Ford paint peeling lawsuit to be resolved. During this time, you will want to retain pictures of the accident, medical bills, and other documentation related to the accident. Take these items to your car body shop to obtain a physical determination of the extent of your damage. The repair shop will be able to provide you with an accurate assessment of the damage so that you and your insurance adjuster can agree on the amount of money needed to repair your vehicle.
If your Ford paint peeling lawsuit remains unresolved, you can pursue a wrongful death claim against the driver of the other vehicle.
As long as your claim is filed within three years of the date of the accident, you will not be a legally responsible party. If you are awarded damages, you may be compensated for lost wages and future medical care. To prevent your claim from being denied, you should notify your doctor two days after the accident. He or she can give you a written statement that will enable your attorney to submit to the courts in support of your case.