You were on the way to work when a semitruck driver suddenly moved into your lane. You didn’t have anywhere to go, so you couldn’t avoid the impact. You ended up spinning and getting hit by more than one car as the truck driver lost control.
This kind of crash isn’t unusual, and multi-vehicle collisions do happy regularly. Unfortunately, they often come with a greater number of injuries and losses. After a crash, you may have many types of financial losses. You may lose wages because of being unable to work while you’re in the hospital. You may have the loss of future wages as well, especially if the crash has led to significant injuries or disabilities.
Your attorney will take those losses, as well as losses such as emotional losses and pain and suffering, into account while negotiating on your behalf. Their goal is to get you a settlement that is as high as possible while still being fair so that money doesn’t have to be a concern for you as you work toward recovering in the future.
When you work with your personal injury attorney, you may want to discuss reaching out to other professionals, like accident recreation experts or financial experts so that you can get a better idea of your future expenses. Combining their education with your medical provider’s support and the information they’ve given about your health can make it easier for you to prove how much money you need out of a settlement and how that money will be used in the future. Our website has more on what to do if you’ve been involved in a crash.