As we discussed last week, pedestrians and bicyclists don’t always have to be directly struck by a vehicle to be injured or killed in an automobile accident. If you recall, last week’s blog post was about a bicyclist who was killed and another bicyclist who was seriously injured when a light pole fell on them after the pole was struck by a car involved in an accident. That post was a harrowing reminder of how life-altering an accident can be.
We know that being involved in an accident, especially one that seriously injures or claims the life of a loved one, is a horrible thing to have to go through. The sudden, life-changing event can lead toserious physical injuries, as well as emotional injuries. All of those can make moving on after the accident very difficult.
When you or a loved one is seriously injured in an accident, seeking compensation is often a priority. We want to help you get the compensation you deserve. However, our commitment to you goes far beyond just trying to get you a monetary settlement. We also work to help ensure that you get seamless medical care from the hospital to your home. We want you to get the treatment you need to recuperate from your injuries. We will strive to make sure that you are compensated for any work you had to miss because of the car accident. If you lost a loved one in an accident, we can also help you to seek compensation for the burial and other final expenses of that person as he or she is laid to rest.