How do you file a car accident claim for your child who has been injured? Car accidents injure both adults and children. In case a minor is injured in a car accident, the claim process becomes a little complicated, because the claim is filed by the … [Read more...] about Filing a Car Accident Claim On Behalf of a Minor
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Car accidents may result in injuries that are serious enough to render someone incapable of returning to work. When a car accident causes permanent damage, the person may lose the capacity to earn forever. Lost wages as a result of the injury is … [Read more...] about Receiving Compensation for Lost Wages
It is important for car accident injuries to be diagnosed properly to receive the correct compensation for medical expenses. Car accident injuries can be classified into different types depending on their severity. It is extremely important that the … [Read more...] about Common Car Accident Injury Types
A herniated disc is one of the most common injuries suffered in a car accident. A herniated disc is a very serious injury. The average settlement amount for a herniated disc is second only to cases involving paralysis, amputation, and severe … [Read more...] about Herniated Discs and Car Accidents
The knee is one of those body parts that are most susceptible to injury in a car accident. Talk to a Lawyer for Free 24/7 at (314) 361-4242! The knee can bang against the dashboard, the steering column, the door, or any other place in the car due to … [Read more...] about Knee Injury from Car Accident
While most car accidents on the road involve only two vehicles, sometimes other cars in the immediate vicinity are also brought into the fray. For those innocent victims, the question of who should be held liable will be raised. Is it the car that … [Read more...] about The Ripple Effect of Multi-Car Accidents: Who Is at Fault?