When you’re hurt in a Florida car accident, it’s not always easy to determine how much your claim is worth. You’re hurt and suffering, and you may not have the tools you need to recover compensation.
Your lawyer from Anderson & Anderson can help you determine what injuries you can sue for after a car accident. If you’re struggling to get compensation for all your losses, reach out to your attorney about your injuries.
In a car accident, things can turn deadly fast. You may have been hit at high speeds, or you may have been hit in a head-on collision. These accident types can make recovery more difficult than ever.
Below are just a few of the life-changing injuries you may suffer in a car accident:
Your car accident doesn’t have to be extreme to warrant compensation, though. You don’t have to pay out of pocket for someone else’s carelessness, even if your injuries aren’t as severe. If you suffered emotional or physical trauma, especially injuries like the following, you may be eligible for compensation.
Losing a pregnancy because someone else was careless is devastating. You’ve not just suffered trauma to your body—you’ve also suffered a severe emotional loss. That can be difficult to overcome, and in some cases, it may even feel impossible. That’s especially true if you don’t have a lawyer on your side to seek justice against the at-fault party.
Herniated discs, or slipped discs, can happen after a car accident if the discs between your vertebrae are damaged. This can cause severe back pain, which makes everyday tasks agonizing. The good news is, you may be eligible for compensation that covers the medical care and the pain you’re experiencing.
After your accident, you may have found that you now face balance problems and dizziness. When you need to lay down frequently or stop what you’re doing to deal with the dizziness, it can make work or leisure feel impossible. You deserve recompense for the aftermath of an accident you didn’t cause.
When we think of a car accident, we often think of severe injuries that lead to hospitalization, permanent damage, and other serious issues. But even a less-severe accident can cause major life changes, and you should be compensated for all these losses.