At Charles J. Argento, our experienced car crash and truck collision attorney in Houston believes anyone who suffers a personal injury in a traffic collision should have their rights protected from the moment they emerge from the wreck.
That includes having the proper legal knowledge to make informed decisions about their future physical, emotional, and financial well-being.
Here are the top five damages you should pursue after a crash, and how we can help you pursue the best outcome available for your unique claim.
When you are involved in a collision with a negligent party, your vehicle is going to have damage.
If it is towed from the accident scene, be sure to keep tabs on where it is going, as it is important to mitigate the expenses of storage and repair in Texas.
Simply put, that means getting the vehicle out of the tow yard as quickly as possible, instead of unnecessarily racking up storage fees. If you do not, the insurance company will dispute the additional costs incurred in the days or weeks in which it could have been moved.
Once the vehicle is moved, obtain estimates to fix the damage or an official professional opinion that the vehicle has been totaled, and will need to be replaced.
If you have been injured in a car accident, seek medical care right away to obtain a proper diagnosis and an ongoing treatment plan for your complete care.
We will pursue damages from the at-fault driver’s insurance company for your overall wellness needs, including:
- Ambulance Fees
- Doctor Consultations
- On-Going Care and Treatments
- Physical Therapy
- Cognitive Therapy
- Medical Supplies
- In-Home Care Services
- Permanent Disability Costs
If you have been injured in a crash, your medical costs are not something you are going to want to pay out of pocket, as the expenses associated with your care be overwhelming.
Our experienced Houston personal injury attorney can help outline your complete financial needs, so you can focus on getting your life back.
Lost Wages & Diminished Working Capacity Damages
Getting hurt in a vehicle collision typically means you are going to miss work for treatment, rehabilitation, and rest.
Depending on your employment role and the industry in which you work, your injuries could sideline you for weeks, months, or even permanently.
We will outline your lost wages and/or your diminished working capacity to ensure you are compensated for the full financial strain your injuries have caused.
Pain and Suffering Damages
If you have been hurt in an accident, not all your expenses are going to be tangible.
Some, like physical or mental distress that compromise your quality of life — whether in the form of anxiety, trauma, or the inability to enjoy day-to-day activities — are intangible costs that deeply affect your future.
Our skilled personal injury lawyer in Houston will explain how we outline and calculate those expenses, so we can include them in our demands.
Out of Pocket Expenses
If you have been hurt in an accident, there are going to be out-of-pocket expenses that accompany the foreseeable future, which may include transportation costs while your vehicle is unusable, over the counter medical supplies, and even copays.
Keep track of any expenditures that were the direct result of your injuries, and our experienced Houston personal injury attorney will determine the best course of legal action to include them in our overall financial compensation requirements.
If you were injured in a car or truck accident in Houston, contact our experienced personal injury attorney in Harris County at Charles J. Argento & Associates today to schedule a free consultation by calling (713) 225-5050 or by contacting us online to discuss your case.