There are many things that might lead to a car crash. The one factor that brings all of these accidents together, no matter what caused them, is that innocent people can suffer. If you are involved in a crash, there is a chance that your life has changed for the worse since that incident. We know that you never expected this to occur, but now that you are faced with the new way of life, you need to find out what you can do to rectify the situation.
It is important to file a claim with your auto insurance carrier and treat with reputable doctors. Insurance companies raise red flags when they see continued treatment with doctors they feel are abusing the No-Fault system. They are quicker to send you to their own doctors and then terminate benefits (rather hypocritcal) if they see a recurring cast of doctors they see on every auto accident case.
There is one thing that might be more painful than the physical symptoms you have to deal with — the financial impact. It is hard to think about how much the accident has changed your finances. Even if you were stable before the crash, you might not be now. This is a tough pill to swallow. We know that you might not be able to do the things you want to do now that a good chunk of your money might be going to medical care and other expenses related to the crash.
Fortunately, we can help you work out a plan to seek compensation for the monetary aspects of the crash. The lawsuit that we file on your behalf is one step toward this goal. Once we file the lawsuit, we can try to see if there is a settlement possible that is in your best interest. If there isn’t one on the table, we will work on preparing your case for trial.