Get the settlement you deserve
After a car accident, life can be confusing, difficult, and frightening. What will happen to you, your family, and your ability to survive? When another driver causes an accident, their auto insurance company gets involved. The types of losses that must be valued include:
The cost of medical care has bankrupted many people. An injured person may incur tens of thousands of dollars in medical bills in just days. You may need surgery or a series of surgeries, depending on the extent of your injuries. You may require weeks, months, or more of rehabilitation. All these losses are calculated and listed, down to the last cent, in a claim or lawsuit filed by our firm.
Additional medical expenses
You may need to remodel your home to allow access for medical equipment, a wheelchair, or require professional nursing care. The household tasks you once performed may be impossible, and you may need help from another person for cooking, cleaning, and other day-to-day tasks.
Loss of income from work
You may be unable to work or continue in your chosen career. These losses can last a lifetime. An injured person who has sustained disabling injuries often requires ongoing medical care that can cost millions over a lifetime. You may be forced to take an easier job at lower pay, or you may need to be retrained in a new career. These costs are given a dollar value in the claim or lawsuit we file on your behalf.
Pain and suffering
Your quality of life may be forever changed. The emotional toll of an injury accident often lasts a lifetime. You may be in a condition where you are unable to provide the support, care, love, and guidance to your family that they need, with extreme emotional consequences. You may be living with physical impairments, disfiguring injuries, or pain that makes everyday life a terrible struggle. These consequences must be given a dollar value in your claim.