The immense impact of a car accident can cause very serious injuries, including back injuries that lead to chronic pain and a significant decrease in range of motion (if not worse). While the settlement amount you receive will depend upon the circumstances involved and the strength of your claim, you can get a basic concept about what your compensation will ultimately be. The best way to help ensure that the settlement you receive fairly covers your damages is by working closely with an experienced Atlanta car accident lawyer from the outset.
Your Back Injury Settlement
The back injury you incur as a result of another driver’s negligence can lead to considerable damages, which should be accurately reflected in your claim and which should be adequately reflected in your settlement. Consider the following:
- Your medical expenses are likely to be high, and back injuries often require ongoing medical care.
- A serious back injury can keep you off the job for a significant amount of time and can lead to a serious decrease in earnings.
- Back injuries tend to be exceptionally painful, which leads to considerable physical and emotional pain and suffering.
Don’t Delay Consulting with an Experienced Atlanta Car Accident Lawyer
The persistent Atlanta car accident attorneys at Ahmad Injury Law understand the seriousness of your back injury and are well-positioned to help. For more information, please don’t wait to contact or call us at 404-689-1262 today.
Car Accident FAQ
What makes back injuries especially dangerous?
Back injuries can be asymptomatic until they become far more serious and far more difficult to treat effectively. Further, back injuries are closely associated with ongoing healthcare needs.
How do I know if I need an attorney?
If you have suffered a back injury in a car accident that was caused by another driver’s negligence, it is always in your best interest to consult with an experienced car accident attorney.
What is pain and suffering?
The pain and suffering component of your car accident claim addresses the psychic and physical pain you experience (as opposed to the physical injuries and financial damages you suffer).