What Can I Sue For In An Automobile Crash?
Have you been injured in an automobile crash? Are you wondering how you and your family will pay your bills and living expenses while you are out of work recovering from your injuries? Is the insurance company for the other driving pressuring you to provide a statement or settle your claim quickly? A quick settlement may sound tempting if you are struggling financially; however, this is probably not in your best interest. You need the assistance of an experienced personal injury attorney who understands how the insurance companies work.
Gordon R. Levinson of The Levinson Law Group has represented some of the largest insurers in North America. He knows how they operate and he uses this knowledge to protect his clients from being taken advantage of by defense attorneys and insurance companies after an automobile crash. We accept cases on a contingent fee. That means that if there is no recovery in your case you pay no fee. And in most cases, we even advance the costs. For your free consultation, call 1-866-643-HURT (4878) today.
Damages You May be Entitled to Receive in an Automobile Crash Claim
No monetary award will erase the pain and suffering you have experienced due to the injuries you sustained in the automobile crash. Money can never give you back the part of your life you have missed as you have struggled to recover from your injuries. However, if the insurance company for the at-fault driver is refusing to negotiate a fair and just settlement to compensate you for your damages from the automobile crash, we may need to sue in order to force the insurance company to be fair. When someone is injured in an automobile crash, he or she should not be responsible for the financial loss caused by the negligence of another party. An automobile crash lawsuit will never make you “whole” again but it can help reduce the financial burden placed on you and your family.
In most automobile crash cases, victims are entitled to receive compensation for:
- Past and future medical bills
- Past and future lost wages
- Loss of earning capacity
- Physical pain
- Emotional suffering
- Future medical treatments and/or personal care
- Reimbursement for out-of-pocket expenses such as travel to and from doctor visits and over-the-counter medicine and medical supplies
At The Levinson Law Group, we protect our clients by seeking justice from the negligent party who caused the automobile crash. We cannot go back in time to avoid the automobile crash; however, we can fight for your right to a fair and just outcome in your case.