Hire An Auto Accident Lawyer to Ensure That You Don’T Cheat Yourself Out Of Compensation
We are the most mobile society in history, thanks to the automobile. Unfortunately, with this mobility comes the dangerous and all-to-common risk of being in an auto accident.
In 2019, for example, almost 39,000 people were killed in a car accident and about 4.4 million were injured seriously enough to require medical attention, according to the National Safety Council. Millions of other accidents occurred in which there were other injuries suffered as well as many more that involved only property damage.
These statistics are well-known by insurance companies, which have teams of full-time lawyers working to pay out as little as possible to auto-accident victims, many of whom try the frustrating and unrewarding tactic of representing themselves in a claim.
If you, or a loved one has been the victim of an auto accident in serious cases you will need an experienced, aggressive lawyer like those available through the national network of specialized auto accident attorneys at Injury Help Desk.
You will need the invaluable insight these lawyers have from decades of negotiating through the complex hurdles of the health care system, the ins and outs of insurance negotiations and the demand of the legal system.
It’s a daunting task to take on yourself and filled with landmines such as complex paperwork and clever adjusters even as you find yourself struggling to recover from your injuries and return to work.
Fortunately, our legal team’s been down that highway many times and can relieve you from the unbearable stress of dealing with medical bills, physical therapy, lost wages and other financial headaches.
Contact us as soon as possible at Injury Help Desk and let our experienced team of lawyers help you in your auto accident lawsuit. Keep in mind there may be legal time limits involved that affect your legal rights to collect compensation so early action is important. We stand ready to offer a free evaluation of your case.
There are other reasons for contacting Injury Help Desk’s legal team as soon as possible. You may be contacted by your insurance company or an adjuster from that of the other party in the accident offering a quick settlement.
Very seldom are such offers the best resolution of your case. For instance, you may have suffered an injury that may not be symptomatic for weeks or months. Concussions and soft tissue injuries usually worsen in the time following an accident. Don’t sign away your rights over medical problems you may not even be aware you have.
The reverse is also true. Another negotiating tactic of insurers is to hold out paying you until the last possible moment to squeeze you into settling for a smaller reward because your bills are piling up. Don’t fall for it. Let us pressure the insurance company and see that you get full compensation in your case.
Don’t take unnecessary risks. Preserve all the legal rights you have by contacting us at Injury Help Desk so we can aggressively pursue the maximum compensation to which you may be entitled.
The overwhelming number of auto accident lawsuits and claims are settled but if the case is not our legal team has the experience and results to ensure that your case is in skilled hands in a trial.
WHAT TYPES OF COMPENSATION ARE PAID TO AUTO ACCIDENT VICTIMS?
The following types of compensation have been consistently involved in the successful negotiations on behalf of auto accident victims by the attorneys in the national network of lawyers available through Injury Help Desk:
- Property damage
- Rental car fees
- Medical expenses
- Medication expenses
- Medical device expense
- In-home treatment expenses
- Hospital expenses
- Physical therapy expenses
- Psychological treatment expenses
- Loss of wages
- Loss of employment
- Pain and suffering
- Loss of consortium
- Future medical costs
- Funeral expenses
- Punitive damages in case in which special circumstances occur
That’s a lengthy list of things that auto accident victims really shouldn’t have to focus on while their primary goal should be recovering from their injuries and getting back on their feet.
Allow the experienced team of attorneys available through Injury Help Desk pursue the compensation you are due without having to worry about the entanglements of the negotiating process by contacting us as soon as possible to schedule a free compensation.
Meanwhile, here are some tips from the National Safety Council to pass on to others and help ensure safer roads:
- Practice defensive driving; buckle up, designate a sober driveror arrange alternative transportation, get plenty of sleep to avoid fatigue, and drive attentively, avoiding distractions
- Recognize the dangers of drugged driving, including impairment from opioids; visit org/rxpainkillersto understand the impact of the nation’s opioid crisis
- Stay engaged in teens’ driving habits; visit org/DriveitHOMEfor resources
- Learn about your vehicle’s safety systems and how to use them; visit orgfor information
- Fix recalls immediately; visit orgto ensure your vehicle does not have an open recall
- Join Road to Zero to understand how safety professionals are addressing motor vehicle fatalities; visit org/roadtozeroto get involved