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What if my injury gets worse?

If your injury gets worse, you will need to seek more medical information and treatment in order to rehabilitate those injuries. We will guide you and assist you with answering questions and support you in your efforts to rehabilitate those injuries. If you settle your claim too quickly and your injuries get worse, then you’ve missed an opportunity to get the compensation you deserve. So it’s very important that we understand your injuries and what the future entails for you before you settle your claim.


  • You need a personal injury lawyer so you can fully understand what your rights are after you’ve been in an accident. Read More
  • You need to leave feeling comfortable personally and professionally that the person is experienced. Read More
  • The compensation that a person will receive as a result of an injury sustained in an accident is very much dependent upon the range that has been set by the courts for those types of injuries. Read More
  • Once you’ve been able to speak to a medical professional and have been assessed, call a personal injury lawyer as soon as possible. Read More
  • Before accepting any settlement an insurance company offers, you should contact a personal injury lawyer. This step is crucial to understand your rights, assess the fairness of the compensation, and determine if it's appropriate. Often, insurance companies offer a minimal amount when they know you're not represented by a lawyer, hoping you'll accept it, sign a release, and walk away. What people don't realize is that by doing so, you can never come back again if the injury worsens; there'll be no more compensation available. Speaking with your personal injury lawyer can help you find out if that compensation is appropriate or if, in fact, you are entitled to more. Read More
  • It will generally take a minimum of a year. Read More
  • Calling us initially, there’s no fee at all. Read More
  • If the car accident is your fault, there’s still some benefits you could be entitled to. Read More