The days that follow a car wreck are usually painful, but they are still filled with activity. You might need to deal with insurance matters and may have doctor visits. All of this comes during a time when you are sore from the jarring effect the impact had on your body. If the crash led to a catastrophic injury to an occupant of the vehicle, there is much more going on.
For people who suffer from a traumatic brain injury, internal or organ damage or a spinal cord injury, a hospital stay, intense therapy, and similar situations might occur. There is a good chance that the victim will need to take time off from work. If the person who is hospitalized or harmed is a child, a parent will likely have to stay home to care for the child.
We realize that all of this is a lot to deal with, not only physically and emotionally but logistically and financially. We are here to help you pursue a claim for compensation so that you might be on your way to getting the compensation you deserve.
The compensation you seek helps to pay for the medical care that’s necessary due to the car crash. Other types of damages, including compensation for pain and suffering, might also be possible. We can review your case to help you determine which forms of damages are appropriate for your case.
By seeking compensation, you are also sending a strong message that the behavior of the person who slammed into you wasn’t acceptable. For some victims of wrecks, this is just as important as the financial aspect since the closing of this case might provide closure for the accident as a whole.