Car Accident Pain and Suffering
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Car accidents often cause serious injuries which result in pain and suffering. And when that happens, it’s critical that you take strong legal action to protect your rights. Otherwise, you might not get the compensation you need and deserve for your pain and suffering after your car accident.
Our experienced, Kansas car accident lawyers at Bretz & Young can help you every step of the way. We know how the legal system works in Kansas when it comes to car accidents. And we know what evidence is important, especially in cases involving pain and suffering. That’s why so many people turn to us after their serious car accident.
Case results matter when it comes to car accidents. And we have the results to prove it – hundreds of millions of dollars secured for injury victims and their families, including $53 million for clients whose previous attorneys rejected or dropped their cases. When you need the best, get Bretz & Young. We’re focused on winning your case.
What is pain and suffering in terms of car accidents?
Pain and suffering is a legal term often used to describe the psychological toll many car accidents take on people injured in them. In terms of a car accident claim, you may be able to obtain financial compensation for pain and suffering. However, winning such cases can be challenging. Examples of pain and suffering include:
- Mental anguish as a result of your car accident.
- Psychological trauma due to your car accident.
- Not being able to work due to your auto accident.
- Depression brought on by the accident.
If you are suffering and in pain after your car accident, don’t give up hope. We want to help you demand the compensation you deserve and help you move forward with your life.
How is pain and suffering determined in a car accident?
The insurance company for the at-fault driver often uses many different criteria when determining pain and suffering for a car accident. In general, you may have an easier time with your pain and suffering claim if you have medical documentation to back up your claim. This can include:
- Medical bills
- Medical records
- Medication prescriptions
- Therapist bills
Insurance companies then often take such items – along with proof of loss of income due to not being able to work due to pain and suffering – and come up with an amount for what your claim may be worth.
Our legal team may come up with a different number. And if we do, we will do everything we can to demand the compensation you deserve. And if the insurance company refuses to cooperate, we will not hesitate to file a car accident lawsuit on your behalf.
What are common pains after a car accident?
There many different kinds of pain associated with car accidents, including:
- Physical pain
- Chronic headaches
- Psychological pain
- Mental anguish
- Emotional trauma
Your pain is real. And we want to help. That’s why it’s important to talk to an attorney at our law firm as soon as possible to learn more about your legal options.
What is delayed pain?
Delayed pain is term used to describe pain that occurs several days – or sometimes even several weeks – after your car accident. Sometimes, delayed pain can be physical, including whiplash, a common neck injury that often arises several days after a car accident.
Other times, delayed pain can be psychological or emotional in nature. This may include depressing or mental anguish as a result of your car accident. You may be having nightmares or not being able to concentrate at work.
Whatever type of delayed pain you’re dealing with as a result of your car accident, our attorneys can explain all the legal options available to you. That way, you can decide what you want us to do for you on your behalf.
What are common car accident injury symptoms?
Symptoms of serious car accident injury (whether it’s physical, psychological or emotional) can cover a wide range. Common symptoms include:
- Chronic physical pain
- Trouble breathing
- Memory lapses
- Unexplained mood changes
- Loss of appetite
- Trouble sleeping
You know your mind and body best. If something doesn’t seem right, seek immediate medical attention. Then contact our law firm. We want to work with you and help you get the support you need and deserve after your car accident.
Get the Kansas law firm that gets results. Contact Bretz & Young
The clock is running. In many cases, you only have two years from the date of your car accident to take legal action in Kansas. This deadline is known as the statue of limitations. Two years might seem like a long time. But the longer you wait, the harder it often becomes to find the facts you need to build a strong legal case.
You have suffered enough. Get the relief and support you deserve. Contact us and schedule your free consultation. We can answer your questions, analyze your case and explain your options. Schedule an appointment at one of our eight offices in Kansas. We have offices in Hutchinson, Salina, Wichita, Garden City, Dodge City, Liberal and Hays. Bretz & Young – the Kansas car accident lawyers you want working for you.