When it comes to getting to and from destinations, residents in Tennessee often choose motor vehicles as their primary mode of transportation. As such, the roads frequently have daily traffic. While many motorists can get to their destination without issue, this could quickly change when a negligent driver crosses their path.
A motor vehicle accident can result in significant harm and damages. Whether it is a minor crash or a severe one, victims of a crash have rights and options when it comes to holding a negligent driver accountable for the injuries and damages caused.
Motor vehicle accident victim
At Dowden, Worley, Jewell & Olswing, PLLC, our attorneys understand the pain and suffering that goes with a motor vehicle accident. That is why our law firm is not only focused on establishing cause and liability in the accident, but we also ensure you are able to address the physical, emotional and financial harm caused by the accident.
Whether you were involved in a car, truck, motorcycle or bus accident, it is a very traumatic experience. While you survived the crash, this does not mean you were unscathed. The accident has left you with injuries, pain and growing medical bills, impacting your personal and work life. As such, our law firm is available to help victims explore their options when it comes to recovering compensation for these losses.
Recovering compensation and damages
No two accidents are the same, meaning the injuries and damages resulting from the crash are unique to it. Nonetheless, there are certain recoverable damages that are available to accident victims. This includes compensation to address medical bills, future medical costs, lost wages, pain and suffering and impact on a marriage or the ability to parent.
Navigating a personal injury claim is complex and overwhelming, especially when you are dealing with the pain and aftermath of a tragic and unexpected motor vehicle accident. You do not need to do this alone, and legal representatives can guide you through your options and ensure you rights are protected.