What damages can I get compensated for a car accident?
If you or a loved one were in a recent car accident, you might be looking around for a way to be fairly compensated for injuries and damages. Most times, we find that victims follow the typical steps, such as contacting the police and their insurance company.
Unfortunately, your insurance company is not always on your side. We’ve found that many times, they fail to cover all your injuries or damages. If that is the case, don’t settle for what they offer. We can help you fight for fair compensation of:
We’ve had the opportunity to represent clients who only had minor medical expenses and those who had permanent injuries. Whether the medical expenses are affordable to you or not, you shouldn’t have to pay for them.
All medical expenses should be covered regardless of the limitations the insurance companies set.
Whether you missed one day of work or if the accident resulted in you to not being able to perform your job anymore, you can be compensated. Remember, the purpose of the compensation of lost wages is to help yo be able to continue providing for you or your family as you did before the accident.
Pain and suffering
Compensation for pain and suffering does not include the cost of medical bills. Medical bills are covered with payment for your medical expenses. Pain and suffering can compensate you in areas that can’t be quantified. Some examples of pain and suffering are:
- Daily back pain from the accident
- Developed anxiety when driving
- Severe fear when you are in a car
These are the most common compensations we can maximize for our clients. We recommend that you always contact a car accident attorney as soon as you can after an accident.
Car insurance companies will never give you fair compensation; we’re here to make sure that you are compensated fairly on all matters.
If you live in Southern California, we can help you by analyzing your case (for free) and confronting the insurance companies with a firm and fair settlement.