Frequently Asked Questions After A Car Accident
After a crash, injured people face a great deal of uncertainty. How will they pay for their hospital visits? How will they manage the emotional strain they are under? How can they provide for their family? Where can they go for answers to their questions?
At Paige J. Donnelly, Ltd., we have more than six decades of experience in injury law. From our office in St. Paul, we offer guidance to injured people and their families, helping them explore their options and take steps to protect their rights.
What Should Injured People Do After An Accident?
After a crash, injured people should take a few steps to protect their access to support. They should report their crash to the authorities even if the accident does not seem severe. They should also seek medical attention to ensure that their injuries are fully identified and documented and that their injuries do not go untreated. Injured people may also want to seek the guidance of an attorney to explore all of their legal options.
How Can Injured People Pay Their Bills After A Crash?
After a crash, you may face a variety of costs including the cost of their health care and the repair or replacement of damaged items. They may also miss paychecks as a result of time away from work. Thankfully, a personal injury case could provide them with compensation to address these financial struggles as well as the pain and suffering they have experienced as a result of the crash.
What If An Injury Has A Long-Term Impact On Ability To Work Or Pursue Hobbies?
Sometimes, an injury does irreparable damage to a person’s ability to perform the tasks of their job or to enjoy the activities and relationships that once brought joy to their life. In addition to compensation to address the immediate financial impact of an accident, the court may award compensation to address their lost earning capacity, loss of enjoyment in life and other concerns.
Can Insurance Companies Deny An Injury Claim?
Yes, insurance companies may deny an injured person’s claim, but that isn’t necessarily the end. Injured people may be able to appeal their claim, provide supporting documents and even fight for their rights in court. Injured people may want to seek legal guidance after a denied claim to explore their options.
Offering Answers To Your Questions
Each accident has a unique impact on the lives of those injured, and our decades of experience in injury law allows us to take a detail-oriented approach to each case. For answers to your questions and begin building a personalized legal strategy, contact our experienced attorneys online or call 651-728-7070 to schedule your initial consultation.