On behalf of House Law LLC posted in injuries on September 30, 2022
The introduction of COVID-19 to the human population in late 2019 led to a pandemic that has had a substantial impact on the world. While substantial research has focused on the neurological impairments faced by those with COVID-19, little research has been performed on the impact of the complications created by COVID-19 on people who […]
On behalf of House Law LLC posted in injuries on September 23, 2022
A head injury can happen to anyone at any time. These can be really difficult when head injuries or traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) happen to the head of a household or a child or young adult. And if an accident involves multiple family members, one person may have injuries that take several weeks to heal, […]
On behalf of House Law LLC posted in injuries on September 16, 2022
Traumatic brain injuries can manifest in a wide variety of symptoms that range greatly in severity. These injuries can be mild, moderate, or severe. Traumatic brain injuries happen when there is either a direct or indirect blow to a person’s head. These injuries can include concussions, bumps, and brain injuries. Some traumatic brain injuries can […]
On behalf of House Law LLC posted in injuries on September 2, 2022
Data compiled by the Centers for Disease Control reveal that traumatic brain injuries contribute to approximately 30% of all injury-related fatalities in this country. One reason why traumatic brain injuries are so common is that they can result from a variety of incidents ranging from light blows on the head to severe car collisions. Anyone […]
On behalf of House Law LLC posted in injuries on August 26, 2022
Brain injuries often prove devastating for accident victims. These injuries also routinely lead to temporary or long-lasting disabilities. Many people focus on the trauma of the accident and the immediate medical crisis of a serious brain injury, but these injuries can also have a long-lasting impact on a person’s life and the lives of their […]
On behalf of House Law LLC posted in car accidents on August 19, 2022
Driving in the rain can prove deadly, particularly when other motorists fail to take adequate precautions to avoid an accident. When a collision or crash happens due to another driver’s fault in rainy conditions, you can pursue compensation for your injuries or other damages you face. Of course, in Missouri, the state is classified as […]
On behalf of House Law LLC posted in car accidents on August 12, 2022
Some parts of Missouri or Kansas always seem to be under construction. Main Street in Kansas City, Missouri, has been under construction for years now, and so has Wornall Road, especially in the Waldo area. A great deal of this roadwork can lead to massive delays for motorists. There are also a number of infrastructure […]
On behalf of House Law LLC posted in car accidents on August 5, 2022
Sideswipe collisions are unpredictable. They can result in minimal damage, but they can also lead to serious injuries. I represented a young woman several years ago who was side-swiped after another person failed to yield while driving through Meyer Circle on Ward Parkway in Kansas City, Missouri. The damage to the vehicle was moderate, and […]
On behalf of House Law LLC posted in blog on July 29, 2022
As time passes, motor vehicles incorporate a wider range of technology. While we might not have reached the point where all vehicles operate autonomously, many technological features in cars today were unheard of decades ago. While both federal and state regulations prohibit motorists from talking on their cell phones while driving, some driving behaviors still […]
On behalf of House Law LLC posted in car accidents on July 22, 2022
A great deal can go wrong in the aftermath of a Missouri accident, particularly if you do not utilize an accident lawyer’s assistance. Not only is there the risk that you might fall prey to certain pitfalls, but these mistakes become more costly the more serious your injuries are. If you are injured in an […]
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A great deal can go wrong in the aftermath of a Missouri accident, particularly if you do not utilize an accident lawyer’s assistance. Not only is there the risk that you might fall prey to certain pitfalls, but these mistakes become more costly the more serious your injuries are. If you are injured in an accident, you need to proceed with care. An experienced personal injury attorney in Missouri can help guide you through the aftermath of an accident and help you pursue the maximum compensation you deserve for your losses. With some help, you can avoid these five common mistakes.
Postponing Medical Treatment
You should make sure to receive medical attention as soon as possible after an accident. You could choose to leave the crash scene in an ambulance to seek medical care, or you could drive yourself to your own doctor’s office later that day. It is always best to get checked out right away. Your body is under a substantial amount of stress following a car accident, bike accident, slip, and fall, or any other type of accident. The rush of adrenaline can cloud your mind and prevent you from feeling the pain of your injuries. Some internal injuries are not immediately apparent. You will not know the extent of your injuries until a doctor looks you over and offers a diagnosis. Any gap between an accident and medical treatment gives insurance companies arguments they can make to reduce the value of a claim (for example, arguing that an injured person’s treatment was not related to an accident).
Missouri Accident: Continued Usage of Social Media
Insurance carriers investigate accident cases, which often means that they will inspect your social media activity. Even seemingly benign social media posts can prove detrimental to the outcome of your case. For example, I’ve represented an injured person who maintained an Instagram account and after the accident continued posting photos of her workouts. Although these photos were taken before the accident, the insurance company argued (as it did appear) that the photos were all taken post-accident. Thus, always remember that any photo you post of yourself could be used to contradict your claims of injury.
Sharing Details About Your Accident With Others
Sharing details about your crash applies to in-person conversations as well as social media. The people you discuss your accident with at the scene might end up testifying at your trial. Insurance carriers can even require statements from these parties if they provide contradictory stories about the accident in which you were injured. Avoid accidentally admitting fault by just not saying much at all to others at the scene of the crash.
Most people are not able to take on the insurance industry without legal representation from an attorney who only practices personal injury law. The stakes are just too high, especially when injuries are significant. If you are facing medical bills and lost wages from time taken off work to heal, then you cannot afford to pursue compensation without the help of a skilled legal professional. Your lawyer will help ensure your rights are protected throughout the personal injury claim process so that you can pursue the compensation you need and deserve.
Missouri Accident: Contact an Experienced Accident Attorney
If you or a loved one was harmed as the result of another person’s mistakes, you should not hesitate to obtain an attorney at House Law LLC who will fight for the compensation you deserve. Contact our law office today to schedule a free case evaluation.
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