Suddenly getting into a car accident can be a jarring and stressful experience. Not only are you in shock, but your vehicle has likely sustained some damage. In addition, car accidents can be extremely traumatic for the human body and collision victims are often left with serious or even catastrophic injuries. In fact, more than 2.34 million people suffered injuries in car accidents in a single year in the United States. As car accidents are a daily occurrence in and around Ashburn, Illinois, you should be prepared that, one day, you may be injured in a collision.
Knowing what to do following a car accident can be challenging. In the days and weeks following your accident, you will be dealing with your physical recovery and will likely become anxious for your financial recovery, as well, to cover medical expenses, lost income, and other losses you incurred. At Arami Law, we can help you take all the necessary steps to obtain compensation from the liable party so that you can focus on your physical recovery.
To successfully receive compensation after an accident, you must demonstrate that someone else was at fault in your accident. Fault may be assigned to other people (drivers), companies (car manufacturers), or even to the government if your accident occurred due to dangerous roads. In some cases, identifying who is at fault is relatively simple–for example, if an obviously drunk driver crashed into your car. However, in many cases, determining fault can require resources and investigation and the skilled car accident team at Arami Law is here to help you determine who is liable for your accident and injuries.
Once you prove that someone else was responsible for causing the accident, you must then prove the losses you sustained as a result of the collision. Auto accident losses can vary significantly from case to case, depending on the nature and severity of your injuries. For example, if you fracture your wrist in a car accident, you may incur medical costs for an emergency department visit, a brace or other medical equipment, and physical therapy. If you sustain serious injury to your spinal cord, you may require long-term hospitalization, surgery, and may be left temporarily or permanently paralyzed and your losses can be ongoing.
The following are some of the losses for which we regularly recover for clients:
Whether your injuries were relatively minor or life-changing, an experienced auto accident attorney at the Arami Law is here to protect your rights. We believe that all accident victims in Ashburn and throughout the Chicago area deserve to fully recover for their accident-related losses, so please call (312) 212-1397 for a free consultation today.
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