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Cross Examination Leads Driver to Admit He Acted Unreasonably

Cross Examination Leads Driver to Admit He Acted Unreasonably - New York Attorney Jonny Kool 212.406.1700 Listen as New York personal injury attorney Jonny Kool recalls a case in which he was able to get the other driver in a car accident case to admit fault. Our client was involved in a car accident as a passenger and we brought a case to court looking for the other driver to be responsible for the injuries that they caused. During the litigation process, there is a part of the trial in which each witness is cross-examined. We began to ask questions of the other driver about whether or not he acted reasonably as the accident occurred. We asked why the driver didn't slow down in a dangerous situation and he simply answered he just didn't want to go slower. He admitted to acting unreasonably and as a result was proven to be careless in his actions, causing our client severe injuries. Watch this video to learn more. For more information, visit our educational website. If you have legal questions, I want you to call me at 212.406.1700. I welcome your call. Queller, Fisher, Washor, Fuchs & Kool, L.L.P. 233 Broadway Suite 1800 New York, NY 10279 212.406.1700.

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