When you were injured in a car accident, you were naturally unprepared for the medical, emotional, and financial toll it would exact. What the collision has created may be overwhelming because of the recovery process along with the stress of dealing with an insurance company, medical bills, lost work time, car repairs or replacement, and much more. If you believe the other driver was responsible for the crash and your injuries, you may have substantial rights to monetary compensation. But the process of collecting damages from the driver responsible for injuring you can be complicated, time-consuming, stressful, and confusing.
If you’ve received any of these injuries and more, you have a right to be financially compensated: Concussion, Whiplash, Broken Bones, Back or Neck Damage, Wounds, Scrapes, Cuts, Blood Loss, Chest or Internal Injuries, Disfigurement, Scarring, Amputation, Traumatic Brain Damage, Spinal Cord Damage and or Paralysis.
While your physical injuries cause you pain and discomfort, you may also be suffering from emotional anguish and stress because you can’t handle your usual responsibilities, may have lost your job and income, and are watching the bills pile up. In some cases, victims suffer from post-traumatic stress, a compensable accident damage.