If you were injured by a negligent driver, you probably expect that person’s insurance company to pay for your medical bills, lost income, and vehicle repairs. Unfortunately, insurance carriers are businesses, and in an effort to maximize their profits, they often deny or undervalue claims without justification.
Unexpected medical bills are the leading cause of bankruptcy in the United States. In addition to healthcare expenses, a serious injury can leave you sidelined from work, affect your relationships, and reduce your enjoyment in life.
Every car accident is a stressful and nerve-racking experience. In addition to the emotional toll, the costs of medical bills and lost income can add up quickly; however, if your damages were the result of another driver’s fault, you may be able to recover compensation for these losses by filing a personal injury claim.