When you are involved in a car accident, you can suffer a host of damages. As we recently discussed, pain and suffering damages might be an element in your claim for compensation. These damages must be taken seriously. Some people think that these damages are just a way to try to get extra money. Victims of car accidents know that these are very real damages.
We know that you might have some questions about how you can handle your case. We will stand by your side so that you know your rights, options and responsibilities in the case.
One important thing that we must consider is what expenses you’ve had to cover because of the crash. This can be a considerable amount, especially if you suffered a life-altering injury like a traumatic brain injury. In these cases, we need to determine the monetary amount you’ve spent on doctor’s bills and other care costs. We also need to figure out what you are likely to have to spend on these costs in the future.
Besides your out-of-pocket costs, we also have to determine what other damages you might have incurred. One thing that is important in these cases is the amount of wages you weren’t able to earn because of the injury. If you were only off a short time, this might be an easy thing to figure out. If you were out of work a long time or won’t be able to return, this might be a bit more complex.
We are here to help you as you move through the process of getting the compensation you deserve. We will ensure your rights are protected and that your interests remain the focus of the case.