A: In order to win your Pennsylvania car accident case, you must prove both that someone else was negligent (that is, careless)  and that their negligence (or carelessness) caused your bodily injury.  It is important to understand that just because you were hurt in a car accident doesn't mean that you are entitled to money damages. While some insurance coverages must be paid to you regardless of who was at fault in the accident, a recovery for bodily injury requires that you prove that someone else was negligent, or careless.

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