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No one plans to get into an accident, but an injury to the brain or spine can come from anywhere — at home, in the office, while traveling, or just having dinner with your friends.
Filing for compensation can be challenging, especially if you are unfamiliar with the applicable Nevada laws. You must conduct a proper investigation to prove the cause of the injury and the culpability of the at-fault party.
Eric Blank Injury Attorneys is here to help you navigate every step of the complex legal process.
There are several symptoms to look out for regarding brain and spine injuries, such as:
Call our Las Vegas brain and spinal injury lawyer to discuss how to claim compensation for your injuries.
Research estimates that over 12,000 people suffer spinal or brain injuries annually in the United States. The cost of treatment can be as much as $30,000. It is devastating both to your body and your finances.
Many of these incidents are a direct result of negligence. That means the incident could have been preventable if the other party adhered to their responsibilities. The upside to this situation is that you can claim compensation, since they are responsible for your pain and suffering. To establish the case, you need to prove:
You have to act quickly after an accident. The statute of limitations dictates that you have two years from the moment the incident occurred to file a claim.
After you file a brain or spinal injury claim, the defendant's insurance company will contact you to either offer you a quick settlement or deny your claim outright. Do not accept any offers before you get a complete medical report of your injuries. Remember that once you agree to any compensation, there is little to no chance of getting more later.
It can be tempting to accept an early offer by the insurance company, but the medical bills will pile up. It does not end with the initial treatment you get from the hospital. You need follow-up checks, treatments, rehabilitation, and medication, depending on the injury.
Eric Blank Injury Attorneys can fight for your best interest during negotiations, so that you may focus on what is most important – your recovery.
When you get injured because of the negligence of another party, you have the right to claim compensation. It could cover any expenses you incur due to the incident. That includes:
Contact Eric Blank Injury Attorneys today to get started on your claim.
Have you or someone you love suffered a serious injury to the brain or spine? Your focus should be on the recovery and medical treatments during this time. But you also want to ensure your claim goes through against the negligent party.
The role of Eric Blank Injury Attorneys is to take care of the legal side of your accident. We will do a proper investigation and build your case to highlight why you deserve compensation. Our dedicated team will work hard on your behalf.
Call us today to schedule a free strategy session!
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