Medical Bills And Lost Wages
You can ask for money if you or a loved one has been hurt because of someone else’s negligence. That is perfectly fair. That is your right. There are medical bills that need to be covered and lost wages that need to be replaced. There is no reason why you should have to deal with these financial burdens on your own when someone else caused the injuries.
Do Not Count On The Insurance Company To Provide Fair Compensation
The problem is that insurance companies rarely want to hand over a fair amount of compensation. Instead, they will make lowball settlement offers and do everything possible to minimize claims. That is why you need an advocate on your side, a lawyer with the experience to take on big insurance companies and get you the money you deserve.
At Woody White Law Firm PLLC, in Wilmington, North Carolina, we are committed to maximizing your compensation for medical bills and lost wages. Contact us for help. We offer free initial consultations. Call locally at 910-338-4900 or toll-free from anywhere in North Carolina at 866-677-8525.
Our lawyers have recovered millions of dollars in compensation in personal injury claims for people who have been hurt in automobile collisions and other types of accidents. We stand strong against big insurance companies and do not back down until we get fair compensation.
Covering Your Medical Bills
When calculating compensation for your medical bills, we strive to be comprehensive. Adding up all of the bills you have already accumulated may seem like a simple process. However, we also need to take into account any future medical costs that may result from your injuries. For example, you may require further surgeries to remove hardware. You may require physical therapy to ensure a complete recovery. We want to make sure that all past, present and future medical bills will be covered by the compensation you receive from your claim.
Replacing Your Lost Wages
Just as we do when calculating your compensation for medical bills, we take the future into account when adding up your lost wages. Yes, we will make certain that all of the wages you have already lost are added up. However, we also want to make sure you are compensated for future wage losses. Perhaps you will eventually be able to return to work. Perhaps your injuries are such that you may have to pursue a different line of work, one that pays less. Perhaps your injuries are so severe you may not be able to work again. We will not rest until you are fully compensated for all past, present and future lost wages.