Determining liability after a car accident is rarely a clear-cut matter. In fact, many car accident claims involve heated disputes between involved parties and their insurance companies regarding which driver is responsible for the collision. While independent witness testimonies and police reports can help to clear up some of this confusion and lead towards a definitive answer, unfortunately, this is not always the case. What happens, then, if a car accident investigation does not yield a clear answer, or if multiple parties are deemed to be at fault?
We all know the devastation that a traumatic event such as a car accident can have on a person's body. From minor fender benders to major pileups, drivers and passengers can suffer a wide range of serious injuries such as broken bones, soft tissue injuries, concussions, and more. While many of these injuries are visible or have immediate symptoms, others can go unnoticed for days or even weeks after a crash. But how is this possible, and can you still seek compensation if your injury's symptoms are delayed?