|Are you wondering if you can recover compensation for a partial fault motorcycle accident in Georgia? Learn about comparative negligence in this video.|
|Can I recover compensation if I was partially at-fault for a motorcyle accident?|
I met with a man last week who was involved in a motorcycle vehicle accident on Jimmie Dyess Parkway. He was wondering whether he could have a motorcycle vehicle claim even if he was partially at fault. If you’re reading this, you may have the same question.
I told him what I will tell you: Georgia is a comparative negligence state. If the other driver is at least 51% at fault, then you have a claim for your damages. Assume your case is worth $100,000 and a jury finds the other driver 80% at fault and you 20% at fault. In that scenario, you would be able to recover $80,000 in your claim.
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