Car Accident Cases Can Be More Complex Than They Seem
Negligence on the road causes some of the most costly damages to both property and personal health. Whether they are texting while driving, looking up directions on their phone or simply being careless, drivers are increasingly distracted on the road, and it often leads to serious physical injury.
As a car accident attorney, I have worked with individuals who have been injured in a wide range of accidents throughout St. Clair County and the state of Alabama. One of the main struggles they face, aside from recovering their health, is recovering the financial security they once had prior to the accident.
I have the knowledge and skill necessary to take on at-fault insurance companies who may be attempting to undervalue claim payments, delay payments or deny them altogether. Every case I handle is given the personal attention it warrants, so you can be sure your medical and financial needs are being addressed as effectively as possible under the law.
Contact the law firm of Stephanie Bain P.C. to schedule an initial consultation with me today.
Your Injuries May Be Serious
Depending on the nature of the car crash, physical injuries are not always immediately apparent. The physical response to sudden jarring motion often involves muscle tension that protects the body from injury and, in many cases, causes the body to not recognize pain and symptoms until days after the accident occurred.
When you are initially in an accident, the at-fault insurance company may seek statements from you regarding your health and well-being or try to obtain medical opinions from pre-approved medical professionals. It is crucial that you receive independent medical assessments that will uncover the full scope of the consequences of your accident. I can help you obtain the medical opinions that are necessary to build a case for maximum compensation in cases involving:
- Back and neck injuries
- Spinal cord injuries
- Broken bones
- Head trauma and brain injuries
These types of injuries may be catastrophic or permanent. Make sure you get compensation that will cover your past, present and future injuries from the accident.