Motor vehicle accidents happen every minute of every day in the U.S. Obviously they range in terms of severity and the destruction caused, but any car accident is a traumatizing experience for the people involved. Attorney Laurie Robbins has worked for many families impacted by these painful events, and she is here to help you decide what to do next.
A car accident claim could involve virtually any type of serious physical injury. Some of the most common include:
- Brain injury/head injury
- Spinal cord injury
- Internal bleeding
- Soft-tissue injuries
- Broken bones
- Trauma resulting in amputation
- Scarring and disfigurement
With many years of experience working with the victims of motor vehicle accidents, Ms. Robbins has had lots of opportunities to see how severely a person’s life can be altered, and the type of financial resources needed to rebuild that life and move on from the tragedy. Medical bills can quickly add up to staggering amounts, even with health insurance coverage. Not only will there be the emergency room bills to worry about, but serious car accident injuries most often require ongoing treatment, possibly for the long-term. It is all of these medical expenses that Ms. Robbins seeks to recover in your case. In addition to medical costs, there will be the financial losses when you are unable to return to your job because of your injury. There are also the costs of physical therapy, occupational therapy, and other types of rehabilitation. And all of these money-based, “economic” damages are in addition to the toll of physical pain, suffering, and emotional trauma you may be dealing with.
With those types of serious consequences in the picture, you deserve full, fair compensation from the responsible party. Attorney Laurie Robbins will not stop pursuing results until the best possible outcome has been reached.
To learn more, or for a complimentary case evaluation with experienced Atlanta accident attorney Laurie Robbins, please call at 404-252-8117. You need to know the options available to you, and Ms. Robbins is here to describe them in an honest, clear, and straightforward manner.