A: The value of a truck accident case in Pennsylvania depends on many, different factors, including evidence of liability and extent of the damages. In fact, these two issues are the most highly litigated issues in any car or truck accident lawsuit. Therefore, the stronger the evidence of liability and damages, the better the case, and getting solid evidence of liability and damages means being represented by a lawyer who knows what they are doing. Read more about assessing value in a Pennsylvania truck accident here.
For example, it takes experience to know when, how, and which fact witnesses to depose. In some cases, eyewitness testimony can backfire and cast doubt on liability, or deposing a damage witness in the beginning of a case might be premature, giving the opposing side ample time to better mount a defense. In addition, experts such as accident reconstructionists or forensic economists may be crucial in certain cases to paint a clear picture of liability and damages.
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