Let a Personal Injury Attorney Review your Truck Accident Settlement (Part B)

Common Damages Your Truck Accident Settlement Should Cover 

While recovering from your injuries, you’ll most likely worry about how you’ll afford all of the medical treatments you’ve endured. Victims of serious injuries are rarely able to work for weeks or even months after their injuries, meaning you’ll be without an income during recovery. In extreme cases you may be unable to work at all due to permanent disability. 

These 2 factors alone, medical bills and lost wages, are only the start of the common damages you should seek in a truck accident settlement. You also should consider the emotional impact a severe injury can have on you and your family. Payment for the pain and suffering you experience after a truck accident is known as emotional damages and should be a substantial part of your truck accident settlement. 

There are also 2 time periods you should look at: the present and the future. Your settlement should cover not only your present losses, but also your future estimated losses. A Georgia personal injury attorney can help you draft this estimate and use it as a benchmark to determine a fair settlement. 

How a Georgia Personal Injury Attorney Protects Your Rights 

When you suffer serious injuries in a truck accident caused by another’s negligence, you are entitled to seek damages you incur as a result of the event. This right to a fair truck accident settlement is best protected by working with a Georgia personal injury attorney. 

Before filing a claim, your attorney can help you determine an estimated value of your claim. Using this minimum value, you can evaluate any settlement offers that come from the insurance companies. Before accepting any offer, make sure your attorney reviews it so you avoid accepting a low settlement that could leave you suffering financially in the future. 

Let a Georgia Personal Injury Attorney Help Fight For Your Settlement

Do you know the value of a fair truck accident settlement? Everyone’s claim is different, and without the help of a trusted Georgia personal injury attorney, you may not be getting all of the compensation you deserve from the settlement. At Shane Smith Law, we help truck accident victims seek justice after they’ve suffered injury and losses due to negligent drivers. 

Before making the decision to hire an attorney, request a copy of our FREE eBooks, I Was Hit By a Drunk Driver: What Do I Do Next? and 10 Mistakes That Can Ruin Your Georgia Wreck Case. Our guides contain valuable information on how to file a claim for serious injuries or wrongful death caused by a negligent driver. When you’re ready to get started on your claim, contact us to set up a FREE consultation – (980) 246-2656.

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