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- Medical Expenses: Medical expenses include all medical bills and costs, including those incurred in the emergency room, hospital visits, doctor visits, MRI testing facility, radiologists, chiropractors, dentists, or any other treating professional that was necessitated as a result of your injury.
- Future Medical Expenses: Unfortunately, the effects of an can often be felt for months, years, or even a lifetime after the injury occurred. We will work with doctors and other medical specialist to establish the full amount of any future medical expenses to make sure you are adequately compensated for these damages.
- Lost Wages: After an accident, you are entitled to any income you lost. Even if you were unemployed before the accident a Personal Injury Lawyer may be able to procure lost wages damages by demonstrating what you could have earned but for your herniated disc injury.
- Loss of Earning Capacity: In addition to current lost wages, victims of car accidents are eligible to receive compensation for future lost wages.
- Pain and Suffering: A victim of herniated disc injury can further be compensated for mental suffering that could include fright, anxiety, depression, trauma, grief or feelings of distress.
How to deal with insurance companies regarding your traumatic brain injury: Here are some helpful tips in dealing with insurance adjusters regarding you injuries in an auto accident or workplace incident.
- Be Careful Who You Talk To – if the other party’s insurance company contacts you, your best response is to not talk to them regarding your injuries or the incidents which took place.
- Contact a Personal Injury Law firm with expertise in Brain Injuries: Get in touch with an accident injury attorney and ask him to speak with the other party’s agents. Skilled personal injury attorneys will be able to speak to insurance carriers in a fashion which will not divulge any information which may be harmful to your future compensation.
- Never automatically accept the first estimate or offer you get – jumping the gun on the settlement can be a costly mistake. Contact an attorney who is skilled and adept in negotiating with insurance companies. If insurance companies play hardball a skilled aggressive legal team will take the defendant to litigation and trial if needed and maximize any potential compensation you are entitled to.