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Thomas DeLattre and Glen D. Wieland

Compensation claims must be comprehensive after a car wreck

On Behalf of | May 8, 2019 | Motor Vehicle Accidents |

Motor vehicle wrecks can lead to catastrophic injuries that impact lives for the long term. While many people might assume that the victim’s insurance company will cover the costs of care, this often isn’t the case. Plus, there are many other expenses that come with these types of injuries.

Seeking compensation from the driver who was responsible for the wreck can help the victims to cover the expenses they are having to deal with because the victims shouldn’t ever be the ones who have to pay for those expenses. We are here to help you get these claims moving forward.

The expenses that they have to think about are great. The medical care bills are often one of the biggest; however, others also exist. These include the wages that they don’t earn because they are unable to work. This might not include only the money they are missing on their paychecks. It also includes the benefits that they are missing out on, which can considerable.

Another type of damages that you have to think about if you are a victim is the cost of future care. While the majority of the medical care bills might be right after the accident, you should remember that catastrophic injures often come with long-term medical care needs. This can be costly when you add up the totals from these, so don’t forget to include them in your claim for compensation.

We are here to help you get your case together so you can get it filed as quickly as possible. Florida law sets time limits for getting these personal injury cases filed, so you have to plan carefully to avoid allowing that time to pass without action.

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