In some Margate car accident lawsuits, sometimes the challenge is not in proving the other driver was at-fault, but rather showing that the accident caused the alleged injuries.
Proving causation of injuries – particularly when a person suffered pre-existing conditions – can sometimes require expert witnesses.
This was the case in Maines v. Fox, an auto accident injury appeal recently weighed by Florida’s First District Court of Appeal.
According to court records, the issue of liability was not contested here. There was no question defendant was at-fault. The issue was whether defendant’s actions caused plaintiff’s personal injuries. Continue reading →