Most people are aware that if they're injured in an accident that wasn’t their fault, they can seek compensation from the at-fault party. While this is true, there are still specific details you’ll need to know before filing a personal injury claim. If you’d like to know more about your options and are in the Lone Tree, Colorado or Trinidad, Colorado area, reach out to us at Landry Law, P.C. We’re also able to help accident victims in Denver, Douglas County, Castle Pines, Castle Rock, and the rest of the state.
The shock of being in a car accident can be extremely stressful. Recovering from the accident should be your top priority, but you will also have to deal with new financial stresses, from repair bills for your vehicle to medical bills for your recovery.
As the passenger in a car crash, you have minimal to no control over the car crash. Your responsibilities aren’t the same. If you’ve been injured, know that you aren’t left without options. You have the right to file a claim the same way that a driver can to the responsible parties.
When a car accident occurs, it is easy to become disoriented, shaken, and confused. While this happens to most everyone involved, in the aftermath of an accident, it is vital to obtain crucial information. On top of that, there are specific things you can do following an accident — as well as some things you should not do — that will help to improve your chances of recovering maximum compensation for your injuries.
If you’ve been injured in an accident, you know how difficult it can be to take care of your medical needs while also figuring out how you’ll pay for (or be compensated for) your expenses. What can compound this stress is wondering how a preexisting condition will affect not only your physical health but also the status of your claim.