Recovering from Serious Injury Following a Car Accident

Medical Treatment Necessary for Recovery

Those who suffer serious injury following a car accident will need to employ a variety of resources for a successful recovery. The car accident victim needs to obtain the proper medical treatment from qualified medical professionals. The treatment obtained needs to be obtained in a timely manner, including medications, physical therapy, chiropractic, pain management and sometimes surgery. In some instances private or public health medical plans are available to cover the treatment necessary to cure or relieve the injury. Sometimes neither is available if the accident victim cannot qualifty for a public health plan and was uninsured at the time of the car accident. Depending upon the circumstances, the victim may be able to obtain valuable healthcare on a lien basis from qualified doctors, therapists and chiropractors. Where there is a liability insurance claim in place with an attorney proscuting a lawsuit, lien based medical care can be an alternative to payment for medical attention and help. Consulting an Orange Car Acccident Attorney about how to proceed with documenting and treating injuries to recover from a serious auto accident is a smart move. If the victim is extremely hurt, family members and friends should step up to seek out a qualified personal injury law firm in Orange County.

Wage Replacement Necessary for Recovery

Serioius car accidents often result in missed time from work. While some people enjoy the benefit of short term disability policies, many do not. When time is missed from work, finances cause much suffering and stress. A disrupt to one’s finances distracts the injury victim from focusing on healing and putting their life back together. Where private short term disability policies ar enot available, accident victims should seek the assistance of the Employment Development Department, State Disability Program (or SDI for short). SDI allows for up to 52 weeks of wage replacement for those who have been continuously employed as w-2 workers within the state of California for a continuous year. There is a 7 day waiting period before one can begin collecting under SDI, so periods of temporary disability lasting less than one week will not qualify for the benefit.

In addition to short term disability policies and SDI, accident victims may consider taking loans out against future car crash settlement lawsuits. If you are hurt and it was caused by someone with a viable liability policy, there may be the option to get a loan from a reputable lending company. The company would take a lien against any proceeds obtain from an insurance claim or lawsuit related to the injury. These loans often come with steep interest rates and should only be utilized in the most desparate of circumstances.

Learn How to Recover From Injuries Utilizing Legal Services

Finding quality medical care can be difficutl, medical bills add up, emergency medcial care bills can go left unpaid, during the recovery period following a serious car accident. The disruption to ones life, the loss of sleep and the family tension that follows from the pain and financial issues can lead to severe emotional distress and pain and suffering. In turn, these stressors can cause the victim to fail to take action to help their physical recovery.

Where the accident was caused by another person or entity, attorney legal services Orange County can often be employed on a contingency fee (no money up front). Lawyers who work on a contingency fee can take action on the victims behalf to find them doctors, arrange that hospitals take liens instead of sending to collections, help the client apply for SDI and deal with the insurance company to relieve that stressor as well. This can significantly help the person recovering from serious injry following a car accident.

Financial Settlement Utilizing an Orange Car Accident Attorney

In addition to ongoing support and guidance, a top Accident firm can help run the insurance claim, collect medical records, and make a strong settlement demand. If the settlement demand is rejected, the law firm has the resources to file a lawsuit, cover costs and prosecute a personal injury lawsuit in order to get the client the resources necessary to cover the costs associated with the car accident and put their life back on track. Lawyers can also run research early on to determine what kind of money is available to pay a judgment. If the person who caused the collision is poor, pursuing a lawsuit may not be cost effective. Knowing this early on can greatly help the injured client make the right decision about settling early, lowering costs and taking what is available to move on with their life.

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Mr. Alexander Drew Napolin, Esq.

Licensed since 2011

Member at firm Napolin Law APC

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