I was seriously injured. What should I do?

Posted by John Harris on Sat, Aug 14, 2010 @ 11:05 AM

Q: I was seriously injured. What should I do?

A: Serious injuries such as being knocked unconscious, broken bones, severe gashes and lacerations should be taken care of immediately, above every other consideration. Hopefully, you demanded that an ambulance rush you to the nearest emergency room. Now that your condition has stabilized somewhat, you can then take care of other business; selecting the best doctors to treat you, getting your car fixed, handling the various details of the accident, etc. The many ramifications that a serious injury will have on your life make it especially important to get advice, counsel and direction from an experienced personal injury lawyer. Complex issues such as permanent disability, prolonged loss of earning capacity, future medical complications, structured settlements, post-traumatic stress disorder, etc., are best negotiated by an expert. John Harris (540) 371-4941, has negotiated and won many claims against insurance companies for their clients. They have won compensation for seriously injured clients which will sustain them for the rest of their lives.

Topics: Car Accident Injuries & Deaths