If you’ve been injured in a car collision or motorcycle accident you likely will have some questions. How common your sort of injury is, and whether it’s worth making a claim. Your damage may seem insignificant, or your injury or symptoms may have begun a short time after auto accidents, and you might consider pain tolerable and will go away on its own.
A number of the sorts of injuries we regularly see in people who have been in collisions aren’t instantly apparent immediately after the crash. Fractures and injuries may take days to start to bothering you even though the collision caused the damage. Even with treatment, many injuries will get more acute and create other problems for you. You could find that something that starts as a twinge in your back becomes a pain that radiates down your arm or leg and affects your range of movement and capability to perform daily tasks. Or you could find that a constant headache you imagined was just stress is a sign of a brain injury produced by the force of the crash.
For your well-being and health, it’s essential to see a healthcare provider as promptly as you begin to experience signs after a wreck. But it’s also necessary to do that just in case, so your medical costs get paid. Some kinds of injuries don’t show up on x-rays. If you didn’t promptly seek medical treatment, insurance companies would reject your claim despite the fact your pain and suffering is genuine.
At McCollum Injury Law Firm, we help countless clients hurt in car accidents to obtain reimbursement. Everything from medical bills to lost wages. Pain and suffering, disfigurement, incapacity, and loss of your healthy life are all compensated. We regularly speak to clients just like you, who have been told by insurance corporations that their damages are all in their heads. Or the insurance adjuster tries to deny that your accident caused the injuries. We can help you record your injuries and connect them to your collision so that you can receive the payment Missouri law says you are entitled to get. Call our attorneys for a free in-person meeting today.
There are some typical types of injuries we see in people who have been the victims of auto collisions.
The kinds of damages you sustained in the collision will depend upon a variety of factors, including speed, the angle of the wreck, the mass of the cars. Various sorts of crashes tend to cause certain classes of injuries.
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