Three Phobias That May Be A Result Of Your Car Accident

Posted on: 25 April 2016

If you have been injured in an auto accident, you are not alone. There is an average of 6 million auto accidents each year, which result in approximately 3 million people being injured. In addition to the injuries that you may be able to see, there are other mental or psychological conditions that you cannot see. In addition to anxiety, depression, and post traumatic stress disorders, you may also find yourself suffering from a wide range of related phobias.
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Did A Pedestrian Cause The Car Crash That Injured You? What You Need To Know

Posted on: 19 February 2016

If you were injured in a car accident, and a pedestrian is to blame for that accident, you may be able to file a personal injury lawsuit against that at-fault party. This helps you to recover money to pay for your medical expenses, any lost wages you suffered as a result of the accident and compensate you for your pain and suffering. However, winning a claim against a pedestrian is challenging.
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Frequently Asked Questions About Being Injured As A Pedestrian

Posted on: 26 January 2016

If you were walking and were hit and injured by a car, motorcycle or other type of motor vehicle, you may be able to file a personal injury lawsuit. This can compensate you for your medical expenses, pain and suffering and lost wages. However, if you have never been in this position before, you may find yourself with many questions. Here are a few of the questions you may have as a pedestrian who was hit by a car.
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Can You Collect Interest On Personal Injury Awards?

Posted on: 23 December 2015

It's a fairly well-known fact that you may be entitled to obtain a variety of economic and non-economic damages such as medical expenses and pain and suffering after being in an accident. What may not be as well-known, however, is you may also be entitled to collect interest on the award before and/or after a court judgment has been rendered. Here's more information about the type of interest you may be granted, the amount, and when it may be calculated and added to your court award.
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