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My state has a comparative negligence law. How does that work and who decides how much I was at fault?

Video Transcription:

One of the facts of the case show who is at-fault. That’s why it’s important to have proof: eyewitnesses, skid marks, bent metal and your own testimony. It’s up to the insurance adjuster or a jury to decide who is at fault or in what percentages.

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