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Effect Of Medical Treatment On Injury Claims And Damages

As the victim of an accident, you should know that your medical treatment will have a huge effect on your injury claim. The following are some of the specific aspects of your medical treatment that will affect your compensation. Treatment Delay Many injuries need immediate medical attention, and delayed treatment can lead to complications and increase the eventual cost of treatment.  Therefore, the defendant might argue for reduced damages if you delayed your treatment after the accident. Read More 

Protecting Your Rights After Getting Into A Car Accident

It takes just seconds for another individual's reckless driving to result in a collision, with consequences that could affect your life for many years. If you've suffered accident-related injuries as a result of another individual's negligence, you may not be sure what to do and how to go about claiming monetary damages for the losses that you have sustained as a result. Below, you will learn a few things that you can do that will assist your auto accident attorney in protecting your individual rights and achieving the best possible outcome. Read More 

Four Reasons Why An Auto Accident Attorney May Decline To Take Your Case

Following an auto accident, you may be looking to utilize an auto accident attorney service. However, prior to hiring an attorney, the attorney will have a consultation with you. During this consultation, both you and the lawyer will have the opportunity to learn more about each other and decide if you want to work together on the case. In some cases, an attorney may decide that they do not want to take on your case. Read More 

What To Know About Compensatory Medical Damages And Expenses

If you have been hurt by a careless driver, you may be entitled to claim damages. The word "damages" means the direct form of harm perpetrated on you by the accident. Compensatory damages are one category of damages where the harm done can be directly connected to a specific dollar amount. For example, all the money spent on your medical expenses related to the accident can be paid back to you. Read More 

If You Suspect Medical Malpractice, Take These Actions ASAP

Medical malpractice is serious, and it is more common than you might think. By some estimates, one million medication mistakes happen each year in the U.S., not to mention surgical errors, birth injuries, and negligent misdiagnoses. One thing that is sad, however, is that many people who suffer the effects of medical malpractice do not even end up filing cases against the doctors and practitioners who mistreat them. Sometimes this is due to fear or a lack of knowledge, but other times, it's because they wait too long to take action — and either the evidence is gone or the statute of limitations has expired by the time they pursue a case. Read More