When you’re driving, it’s important for you to pay attention to what you’re doing. That’s why you focus 100% on the road.
You didn’t expect a teen to come flying back out of a driveway or to pull into the lane without looking. You didn’t have the opportunity to speed up, slow down or get out of the way. Instead, you ended up with a driver who backed straight into your passenger door and pushed your vehicle into oncoming traffic.
Today, you’re struggling with a moderate brain injury as a result of the collision. You lost some of your speaking abilities and are working hard to relearn how to talk. You have some weakness in your arms and legs, and you are terribly frustrated with how quickly everything has gone downhill for you.
People like you are victims of distracted or reckless driving, and you deserve to receive compensation that covers your expenses. You may no longer be able to work or do the things you love, and that’s not only tragic but also unacceptable. You were hurt at no fault of your own, which is why a personal injury claim is so important.
Some people say they don’t want to make a claim because of not wanting to make the other person feel bad or because they don’t feel that the crash was intentional. It doesn’t matter. The fact is that someone else harmed you, and you deserve to have your expenses and financial losses covered. An insurance claim is the first step, and it will help you get the compensation you need.