Personal injury cases are often very complex and carry a number of stipulations. There are laws in place to limit abuse of the system, but when you have been in such an accident, you expect someone else to pay for what you have lost. Sometimes, that is not a physical injury, though. You may have other losses you expect the insurer to cover. You may be wondering, “Can I sue if I wasn’t injured in a car accident?”
The answer to this question is “maybe,” depending on the situation itself. At BDIW, our Oklahoma City car accident attorneys can help answer questions in your specific situation. Request a free consultation by calling our office now to get answers to all of your questions.
When Can You Sue if You Do Not Have Injuries?
Personal injury law is meant to help people who suffer loss due to the negligence of another party to receive compensation from that party. Injury is the most common way people suffer that loss. However, it is not the only way they do.
A simple example could be your vehicle. If you were hit by a truck, your car may be destroyed, and you expect the other party who caused the accident to replace your vehicle for you. This is often very much likely to happen if you can prove fault in the incident.
If you have damage to your vehicle that is significant and the insurance company is not willing to compensate you fairly for the losses, you may be able to pursue a lawsuit for the losses you have incurred. We can help you to do that. Our legal team will help you gather evidence to verify what your losses are and why the insurance company may not be fair right now.
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What About Suing for Mental Stress?
There is little doubt that a car accident, even one where you do not have significant injuries, can be a traumatic experience. Many people suffer from mental health complications related to these accidents, including post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety, and depression. Some people suffer from migraines, and others have nightmares. You may have trouble completing tasks because you cannot concentrate. Other times, you may have lost relationships due to these types of challenges.
In situations where you have symptoms of emotional trauma or other mental health-related complications, you may be able to file a lawsuit against the responsible party and their insurance company for the losses you have. This includes for treatment of mental illness.
In order to be successful, we have to prove that this is occurring and that it is directly related to the accident you experienced. That is not always easy to do, and the insurance company for the responsible party will work hard to prove that you should not receive that compensation.
Strategies We Use in a Car Accident Case
We may be able to help you by gathering evidence in your case. Some strategies we may be able to use include the following:
- Talking to witnesses of the incident who may also be struggling as a result of it
- Discussing your emotional health with your doctor
- Talking to family members about the changes you have experienced
- Discussing your case with your employer or others who may be able to communicate your losses
- Gathering evidence from any other source that may prove that you have suffered emotional trauma and change as a result of this incident.
We encourage you to reach out to our personal injury attorneys immediately if you are experiencing these types of challenges. Do not wait to file a claim because that may make it harder for us to get the information that you need and gather the evidence necessary in your case.
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How Can Personal Injury Attorneys Help You?
Our legal team knows you are struggling after your accident, and we want to help you obtain the financial compensation owed to you. If you do not have injuries but have other losses, we encourage you to contact us to discuss what occurred and what your legal options may be. Here are some of the ways we can help you.
Do You Have a Case?
One of the first things we will do is to help you determine if you can file a case. We can look at all of the evidence you have and listen to your detailed explanation of the events. This will give us a good idea of your ability to file a claim in your situation.
We can also give you insight into how likely you are to win your case. Our aggressive team is always transparent about what you can expect. We will not tell you that you should file a claim if you are not likely to receive compensation.
What Legal Strategies Will Work for You?
Our car accident attorneys will work to develop a strong legal strategy that may help alleviate much of the frustration you have right now. We will work to gather all evidence possible in your case and then focus heavily on providing you with the guidance you need to move your case forward.
Do You Need Help Filing Your Claim?
Often, when there are no injuries involved in a legal matter like this, our clients struggle to get insurance companies to pay attention to them, especially if they are seeking compensation for mental anguish and the traumatic losses they have experienced. With our experience, we can help to showcase exactly why the insurance company needs to take your claim seriously. We will handle the claim process and negotiations for you. If necessary to do so, we will also pursue legal action in a court of law.
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Do Not Wait to Get the Legal Help You Need
Can you file a claim without injuries after a car accident or other personal injury matter? Let us help you to find out. Contact BDIW now to set up a free consultation to discuss your case with our legal team. There is no cost and no obligation to work with us, but we do have the answers you need.
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