Damages You Can Claim in a T-Bone Car Accident Case
If you were hit by a car, you may have incurred severe injuries that led to extensive medical costs and other damages. You can list these damages when we submit your claim to the insurance company. Some of the damages you may be able to account for include:
Hospital and Medical Costs
A T-bone accident can lead to traumatic brain injury, neck and back trauma, broken bones, or internal injuries. Medical care may include ambulatory services, ER visits, doctor visits, pain medication, or physical therapy. We calculate all past, current, and projected future medical bills.
You may be out of work for several days or weeks due to recovering from your injuries. If so, you may be entitled to compensation for your lost wages, benefits, tips, or bonuses. We can work with your employer to determine how much total income you have lost.
Pain and Suffering
Pain and suffering encompass an array of noneconomic damages such as physical agony, emotional trauma, loss of consortium, disability, and overall loss of quality of life. Although it is impossible to calculate the exact amount of your pain and suffering damages, we can assess how the accident has impacted your life.
How much your case is worth depends on several factors such as how the accident happened, who is at fault, and how the driver’s negligence led to your injuries.
How Our Attorneys Can Help
Navigating the legal system on your own can be an uphill climb. The other party may deny responsibility or the insurance company may deny your claim. If so, you may feel that you have no other options. As experienced T-bone accidents attorneys, we can help you by:
- Managing your case throughout the process
- Providing legal consultation
- Investigating your case to gather evidence
- Estimating the actual value of your damages
- Negotiating a settlement with the insurance company
- Representing you in court if you file a lawsuit
Our law firm is prepared to help you with all aspects of your case. We have the resources, staff, and experience necessary to protect your rights and fight for the maximum compensation possible.