Auto accidents are notorious for their potential to cause injury, especially injuries of the spine and neck. Small fender benders often cause more harm than one would expect from the outward appearance of the accident. Even minor auto accident injuries can lead to serious consequences, such as lost time at work. This guide will answer four frequently asked questions about personal injury claims after an auto accident. 1. Are Your Injuries Severe Enough for a Claim?
13 December 2021
Soft tissue injuries are a common occurrence after a car accident. After your crash, you may find yourself struggling to recover and you might wonder if your injuries are permanent. If this turns out to be the case, it's important to receive compensation for your injuries. How to Know if You Have a Soft Tissue Injury Soft tissue injuries can be just as disabling as other types of injuries. However, it can also be more difficult to prove without a doctor's diagnosis.
3 November 2021
After an auto accident, the insurance provider you are in contact with might seem very friendly. However, if you are not careful, you might find yourself receiving no compensation for your injuries or you may receive a low settlement after your case is delayed substantially. Why Insurance Providers are So Difficult In the past, the claims department only paid out claims based on the facts of the auto accident case. However, in more recent years, insurance providers have become publicly traded companies and are more focused on becoming more profitable.
20 August 2021
The vast majority of the time personal injury lawyers deal with defendants and insurers, they can expect the other side to bargain in good faith. What are your options, though, if it feels like the defendant isn't interested in much more than stringing the case out? Personal injury attorneys will usually tell their clients to follow these four tips. Don't Assume Bad Faith Even the legal world has its dumb moments, and you shouldn't assume the other party to a claim or suit isn't sincerely trying to deal with a problem.
17 June 2021