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August 14, 2018

Have you sustained an injury from a car accident?

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Posted in Wisconsin Workers Compensation Related News

You are not alone. In fact, there are roughly 10 million car accidents in the United States each year. Some of those accidents result in injury to one or more people involved. If you or someone you know was hurt in a car accident, a lawyer may be able to help. There are numerous injuries that can result from the trauma of a car impacting you. Some injuries are obvious and undeniable while others may have symptoms that are delayed. There are physical injuries and there are mental health issues as a result of such trauma, also referred to as “pain and suffering”. A knowledgeable attorney understand the many types of trauma and resulting medical bills that a victim of a car accident may experience. Attorneys also understand how insurance companies handle cases like yours and are prepared to deal with them no matter how minor you may think your injuries are.

After a car accident, many people develop symptoms days, weeks, months or even years after the trauma occurs. It is a good idea to see a medical professional immediately after your accident, as this way you are looking out for your health and your insurance company likely has a very small window of time that is deemed prudent for accident injury medical attention. Additionally, it is imperative to pay attention to even the slightest ache, pain or discomfort as it could get worse if not treated immediately. Some common symptoms as a result of car accidents:

  • Headaches
  • Pain in the neck, back and hips
  • Emotional trauma resulting in difficulty sleeping, concentrating and handling work responsibilities
  • Memory Issues
  • Abdominal pain
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • General lack of interest in things

In addition to the damage to your car, there are numerous other expenses that are associated with car accidents and personal injury that you may be entitled to be compensated for:

  • Ambulance Fees
  • Doctor Visits (initial and ongoing)
  • First aid devices (crutches, heating pads, ice packs, pain medication, etc.)
  • On-going therapies (physical, occupational, mental health)
  • In-home assistance
  • Loss of wages
  • Car damages or new car cost if totaled

You owe it to yourself and to your family to seek the help of an experienced car accident lawyer Salt Lake City, UT trusts who knows the right questions to ask and will deal with the insurance companies so that you can properly focus on your health and getting better. We understand that a car accident can affect you emotionally as much as it can physically. You may find yourself not able to get up and go to work. Your relationships may become strained. You may even find ways to get out of driving. All of these things can be the result of your car accident. You deserve better. We are sympathetic to your situation and believe that you have a right to full compensation.

Thank you to our friends and contributors at Rasmussen & Miner Attorneys at Law for their insight into personal injury and car accidents.

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