Posted: July 9, 2020
Several accidents result in injury. Some accidents result in serious injury. Serious injury often demands the attention of an experienced personal injury lawyer.
Common types of bodily injury that lead to personal injury lawsuits include:
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- Spinal Cord Injury
- Burn Injury
- Broken or Shattered Bones
These injuries may require both acute and ongoing medical care. They may prevent you from working while you recover. They may prevent you from working ever again.
Serious injury can necessitate adaptive technologies such as wheelchairs or prosthetic limbs. They may require home modifications including adaptive tubs and ramps. They may result in lasting physical and emotional pain.
When you are the victim of someone else’s negligence, covering these expenses should not fall to you. Talk to one of our personal injury lawyers today to see how we can help.
Personal Injury Damages
Damages that can accompany a serious injury include:
- Current and future medical costs
- Rehabilitation and therapy
- Current and future lost wages
- Adaptive technologies
- Home modifications
These damages, known as special damages, are provable. They have set figures. Establishing them is fairly straightforward. This does not mean that insurance will be eager or even willing to pay for them in full.
General damages for things like physical pain and emotional suffering may prove even more difficult to secure from insurance. They are frequently included in personal injury settlements or verdicts.
Call for a Free Consultation
The personal injury lawyers at Brown & Brown have the experience and knowledge needed to help victims of serious bodily injury get the compensation they deserve. We know how to build strong cases and we are not afraid to stand up to powerful interests in our pursuit of justice. If you have been injured in any type of accident, we encourage you to call one of our Greater St. Louis area offices to schedule your complimentary case review today.
Call our St. Louis office at 314-333-3333 or our Illinois office at 618-888-8888 to schedule a free consultation today.