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Negligent Entrustment of Vehicle

Negligent-entrustment-of-vehicle cases call for tireless legal representation

A person or business that is negligent by loaning, or entrusting, an automobile to a driver despite knowing the driver was unfit or incompetent to operate the vehicle safely may be liable for injuries or property damage caused by the driver. The legal term for this is "negligent entrustment."

If you have been injured by a negligent driver, you may be entitled to compensation. When we represent clients in negligent entrustment cases, we will hold the responsible parties accountable. We won't be intimidated by insurance company tactics, and we won't settle for less than the maximum to which our clients are entitled. Call 1-877-294-6813 for a free and confidential consultation.

Liability in a negligent entrustment of vehicle case

If vehicle owners agree to allow a negligent driver to use their vehicle, they may be liable for any auto accident or pedestrian accident that results. Under negligent entrustment, a car owner who lends his car to someone who is under the influence may be held responsible for an accident.

A vehicle owner has a responsibility not to allow another driver to operate their vehicle if that other operator is not qualified or otherwise competent.

Our experienced attorneys can take on the insurance companies to get you the justice you deserve in a negligent entrustment of vehicle case. Joe can help. Call now.

Negligent entrustment of vehicle losses can make life seem unfair. You didn't ask for this to happen. In more than 39 years of practicing personal injury law, we have emerged as a law firm with an unyielding dedication to our clients in a caring, honest, and ethical way, all the time remaining sensitive and attentive to the special personal needs of each individual. Call Joe now at 1-877-294-6813 or contact us via email. The initial consultation is free, and we don't get paid until you win.