Car Accidents

What Types of Injuries Typical Result From Car Accidents?

How do I Prove who was at Fault in my Wreck?

Car Accidents In Arizona

Have you been injured in a car accident? If so, contact Lebovitz Law Group, a trusted Phoenix Valley car accident law firm. Our lawyers will explain all your legal options and show you how to get the maximum compensation you deserve.

The injuries suffered in a car accident often require medical attention. If the collision is the result of another person’s carelessness, recklessness, or negligence, then the law says that that person is responsible for your medical bills, as well as any lost wages, emotional harm, pain, discomfort, or physical limitations that affect your family or enjoyment of daily activities. These and other losses may continue into the future. Lebovitz Law Group has extensive experience working with victims of motor vehicle accidents in Arizona. We will work with you to determine all parties at fault and aggressively pursue fair and just compensation for your injuries and other losses.

Lebovitz Law Group excels at digging deep into your case to find additional areas for compensation, setting us apart from other attorneys. In Arizona, it is not uncommon that the at-fault party is either uninsured or does not have enough insurance to compensate your injuries and damages. There may also be a dispute about who was actually at fault for the collision, whether the injuries are directly related to the collision, or whether the treatment for your injuries was reasonable and necessary.

If you’ve been injured in an automobile accident, please do not hesitate to call the Lebovitz Law Group at (602) 975-5550 for a free case evaluation.

What Types of Injuries Typical Result From Car Accidents?

If you are involved in a car crash, there is a high likelihood that you will sustain some form of injury. However, the nature and extent of these injuries vary widely, from scrapes and bruises and sprain/strain injuries, to tears, fractures and other potentially life-altering injuries, or even a wrongful death. Common injuries suffered in auto accidents include lacerations; bone fractures; neck, back, and spine injuries; concussions and traumatic brain injuries (TBI); and internal injuries, such as internal organ damage.

Some injuries suffered in car wrecks are obvious from the start. Others, however, are more difficult to detect, as symptoms may not appear until well after the accident occurs. This is particularly true of soft tissue injuries, where the symptoms at the outset may seem minor. Initial symptoms of soft tissue injuries include stiffness, numbness, soreness, or headaches. If you experience any of these symptoms, it is important to get checked out by a medical provider immediately because these symptoms may be an indication of a more serious problem, including possible spinal or brain injury.

Because injuries in many cases do not manifest until days, weeks, or even years after a collision, it is essential that you seek medical attention as soon as possible. A medical professional will often be able to detect injuries or conditions before the onset of more acute problems. Since medical injuries may take time to treat or are sometimes untreatable, LLG will seek compensation not just for your current medical expenses, but also the potential medical expenses for ongoing care in the years to come.

How Do I Prove Who Was at Fault in My Wreck?

One thing to know about fault in an auto accident case is that you can be partially at fault and still collect damages from the other parties in your case. This is a function of Arizona’s comparative negligence law. There are two types of comparative negligence: “pure” and modified. Arizona has adopted “pure” comparative negligence. The primary statute, A.R.S. 12-2505, provides that if you are partially at fault in a case, you can still collect; however, your damages will be reduced by the relative degree of your fault. For example, if you are determined to be 40% at fault, your damages award will be reduced by 40%. Although there are other states that have adopted the “pure” version, there are certain wrinkles that make the application in Arizona unique.

Lebovitz Law Group can explain exactly how this will affect your car accident settlement and how to use the law to your benefit.

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