Accident Compensation

It’s no secret: Accidents are expensive. From property damage to hospital visits, the costs associated with an accident can snowball quickly. And, then there the intangible tolls—the losses that you can’t calculate (or even see) as easily. These are the legal categories of compensation for which you may not even know you qualify, like pain and suffering or loss of consortium… However, if you’ve been injured because of someone else’s negligence, then you deserve to receive maximum compensation for your pain. Enter The Ward Law Group Blog. Many of your questions regarding accident compensation can be answered here, using our handy set of resources. Discover if you’re eligible for a particular type of accident compensation and receive industry-leading advice from our experts to take your insurance claim to the next level. Ready to optimize your claim? Let’s get to browsing!

What are the First Steps I Should Take After a Car Accident?

After an accident occurs, it is important to document exactly what happened. This is a list of important points that should be documented following a car accident: Exactly when and where the accident occurred. The positions of the vehicles prior to the accident. How the accident scene looked before the incident occurred, if possible, take pictures of the accident scene and any damage. The names, phone numbers, and addresses of all parties involved, including any

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What Should you do Immediately After you Have an Accident?

After a collision, it is VERY important to stay at the scene. NEVER leave the scene of the accident because it could bring negative consequences, from sanctions to arrests for fleeing. It is estimated that 5 million traffic accidents occur every year in the United States, so all drivers must be informed of how to act in such cases. If you suffer a traffic accident, the first thing to do is to stay calm and

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Personal Injury Claim

Forms of Car Accident Compensation

Car accidents can be life-changing events. Even if you walk away from the accident unscathed, filing a claim can become a nightmare. For example, complicated state insurance laws often dictate the success of insurance claims. To make matters even worse, if you suffer from debilitating bodily harm, then it only serves to muddy the waters even further. Aside from vehicular damage, you’ll likely have to contend with a long list of medical expenses. Who is

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What Happens if you do not Feel Pain Immediately After an Accident?

Most people who are injured do not feel pain at the time of the shock, but often one or several days later. Some of the symptoms of hidden injuries are muscle pain, neck pain, back pain, headache and pain in the chest or ribs. Therefore, it is important that after an accident you visit the doctor, even if you think it is not serious or you do not feel any pain at the moment. In

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Myths About the Right to Receive Compensation After a Car Crash

When car accidents occur, people start to wonder about what is and is not covered by their insurance policy. There are some false beliefs and myths that have stopped many people from opening a case with their insurance company to get the compensation they need and deserve. Rumors from false experts may even push people away from the claim they have the right to bring by law. Here are some of these myths: Every case

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