Car Accident Personal Injury Cases in Hawaii
Have you been injured in a car accident in Hawaii? Were you injured due to the carelessness, recklessness, or negligence of another driver? If so, you may have a personal injury case. After a car accident happens, people are often in shock and not sure what to do next. You might have questions about the laws and if you have a valid personal injury claim.
At Need an Injury Attorney Hawaii, we can help you figure this out. We can offer you a free consultation. If you have a good case, we can handle your car accident personal injury case from start to finish. Our attorneys are experts in handling car accident cases, and they have many years of experience working on those specific cases.
We understand the laws in Hawaii related to car accidents. Here are just a few of the related laws:
Drivers must stop and yield the right of way to pedestrians crossing at a crosswalk. They must stop when the pedestrian has reached the halfway point of the crosswalk or is approaching closely from the opposite side of the crosswalk and could be endangered if the car does not stop.
This is from section 291C-72.
We take away the confusion of the laws on the books and offer you legal representation.
As you can see, sometimes the wording of laws and regulations on the books can be a bit confusing and vague. This can make it hard for individuals involved in car accidents to know how to move forward. This is where our attorneys come in.
We know these laws inside and out. We will be able to handle your case from beginning to end. This can help you get peace of mind and justice as you won’t have to go through this journey alone. After being injured, you are likely facing medical bills and might not be able to work due to your injuries. You are entitled to compensation.
Keep in mind you should call us as soon as possible after an accident. Insurance companies will try to settle by offering a low ball amount of money. Our attorneys can likely get you more money then they will offer.
How do these lawsuits work?
To prove fault, the plaintiff, or victim, must prove four basic aspects of negligence against the accused. If they do, the plaintiff will be entitled to receive compensation. The plaintiff must prove that:
- The defendant has a duty of care to the plaintiff
- THe defendant breached that duty of care.
- The breach cause harm or injury to the plaintiff.
- The plaintiff suffered injuries that can be compensated.
Give us a call anytime to let us fight for you. We offer free consultations.
Our free consultations allow you a chance to see if your case is worth pursuing. Our attorneys can be reached by phone 24/7 to help. We can even send representatives to the scene of the crash to collect evidence and talk to insurance companies.