Do I still have a case if I am at fault for my own injury?

Sometimes, you can be responsible for your own injury. As long as you are not more responsible for your injury than the party you are suing, you still have a case. If you can show that another party is more to blame for your injury than you are, you can be awarded compensation through a successful lawsuit. Often, there can be various elements to a catastrophic injury claim. For example, you may have been deemed the “at fault” driver for a car wreck, but a defect in the car you were driving was the ultimate cause of your catastrophic injury. If you think you have a personal injury claim, please give us a call at 1-877-SCI-FIRM.