Seeking Compensation for Nerve Damage Injuries

Muscle spasms and pain issues can obviously create mobility problems, or even make it difficult just to hold objects. In severe cases, nerve damage can directly interfere with your ability to keep a job or handle normal daily household chores. Treatment for nerve damage after a car crash may involve surgery or physical therapy and a lengthy recovery time, which can have a drastic impact on your finances.

The good news is that an attorney can help you deal with that financial burden and protect your legal rights after a negligent driver turns your life upside down. A personal injury lawyer with extensive experience in Virginia car crash cases can help you avoid potential problems that often get in the way of receiving the full and fair compensation you deserve. 

The actions you take after a crash have a direct impact on your ability to recover damages from the at-fault party, which is why it’s important to follow your doctor’s orders closely and be very careful about social media usage after a crash. Besides assisting in sidestepping those hurdles, an attorney can also negotiate with insurance adjusters and file a personal injury lawsuit seeking damages for your:

  • Medical bills
  • Property damage to the vehicle involved in the accident
  • Non-economic damages like pain and suffering, which will likely be significant in car crashes involving nerve damages
  • Wages lost while you are recovering, as well as lost future earning potential if the nerve damage precludes you from returning to your previous job
Kevin W. Mottley
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Richmond, VA trial lawyer dedicated to handling brain injuries, car accidents and other serious injury claims
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