As we discussed last week, car accidents can mean that you have to deal with repairing or replacing a vehicle while you are healing from injuries you suffered in the accident. Vehicle insurance can help you to cover some of the damages, but it might not help you to recover all of the damages, especially if you suffered serious injuries.
We know that the thought of having to fight for compensation might bring you to tears. Your injuries might be so serious that you need to focus on healing. The emotional toll of the accident could make it difficult for you to focus on other things. We can't take those effects away, but we can help you with the legal battle so that you can work on trying to heal.
When you opt to seek compensation for a car accident, we have to come to a determination about the amount of compensation you are seeking. This should include all damages that you suffered because of the accident. It could also include the future expenses that you are likely going to have because of the accident. This could be significant if your injuries were particularly severe.
More serious injuries, such as spinal cord injuries or brain injuries, might require long-term medical care. If you opt to seek compensation, you have to take those costs down the road into account. Determining the amount of the future care costs can be difficult, but we can help you to figure out what the costs would likely be so that we can present your case for future care.