Seeking Compensation After a Catastrophic Injury

Any injury that a person sustains can be difficult to endure, especially when you consider the physical, emotional, and financial hardships. A serious, catastrophic injury often results in even more difficulties that may be experienced.

Catastrophic injuries often require the injured individual to undergo multiple medical procedures, long-term care, and in some cases, even customize their home, vehicles, and more. This makes seeking compensation imperative, but there are some things that you should know.

How Much Is My Case Worth?

To answer this question, there are a lot of variables that need to be considered including the cause of the crash, the damages sustained, the severity of the injury, the person’s age, and more. These are all taken into account when determining how much the injured party may be offered or awarded.

For instance, if the injured individual is younger, has a higher paying job, and the catastrophic injury prevents them from working any longer, the loss of future earning potential may require a higher amount in compensation.

State caps may also be considered as this could limit the amount of compensation received.

Hiring a Lawyer

Proving negligence without the help of a legal advocate can prove to be a difficult task. There are a number of factors to consider, including understanding which evidence is needed, how to deal with the negligent party’s insurance company, and navigating the legal process.

At Hardee & Hardee, we are aware of the complications you may experience after sustaining a catastrophic injury. You deserve the right to seek compensation for the long-term expenses associated with the damages.

Don’t let the negligent party get away with their actions. Show that they are responsible for the injuries they’ve caused. Our Greenville catastrophic injury lawyers are ready to stand by your side and help you every step of the way.

Call our firm at (252) 787-4651 today to seek the compensation you deserve.

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