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Effective Accident Claim

Effective Accident Claim

The consequences of a vehicle accident can be more than simply physical injury

On Behalf of | Apr 14, 2022 | Motor Vehicle Accidents |

Getting into a vehicle wreck is always unfortunate. The most immediate consequence is often physical injury. The driver responsible should have to pay any bills resulting from medical attention.

Hospital invoices are not the only setback that comes from motorized collisions. There are other hardships for which victims deserve compensation.

Loss of transportation

Fender benders sometimes result in nothing more than cosmetic damage. Serious collisions may permanently destroy rides. Someone without wheels needs a new set as soon as possible to enjoy a consistent lifestyle.

Loss of income

If the person now lacking a car travels for employment, it is impossible to earn a paycheck. Pausing work creates a severe financial setback. Paying important bills may suffer significant delay. Too much of this generates late charges and compound interest payments.

Loss of insurance discounts

Good drivers typically receive fiscal breaks from their insurance companies. Even those not at fault for an accident can have their rates rise. Monthly premiums sometimes ascend so high they outstrip any available discount. The impact on insurance coverage often lasts far into the future.

Loss of happiness

Someone who gets into a vehicular wreck may suffer emotional side effects. Problems include depression, fear of getting behind the wheel, and post-traumatic stress disorder. Suffering individuals might wind up altering their ways of life. Beloved activities may no longer be possible. The ability to get a decent rest could elude them due to anxiety.

Car accidents have far-reaching effects beyond physical injury. Recognize that the results of a crash extend in many varying ways.