What If You’re in a Car Accident with No Insurance, But Are Not At Fault?
Posted in: Car Accidents
KNR Legal Blog
If you or a loved one were in an accident, it is important to be able to recognize a concussion, which is a minor traumatic brain injury. At first glance, you might think you, your friend, or your relative is fine. However, in the hours or days following the accident, you may begin to notice signs that something is not quite right.
If you or a loved one may have suffered a concussion, it is important to go to the doctor for a thorough exam and treatment recommendations.
Next, you should speak with an attorney about your legal options. If your accident and concussion were the result of another person’s carelessness, recklessness, failure to act, or intentional misbehavior, then you should hold that person responsible. With the help of an Ohio brain injury attorney from Kisling, Nestico & Redick, you can demand the compensation you are entitled to under the law.
Call us today at 1-800-HURT-NOW to schedule a free consultation.
If you are concerned a teenager or adult has a concussion, consider if they are experiencing one or more of the following:
People who have suffered a concussion may not exhibit all of these signs or any of them to a significant degree. If at any time you are concerned that you or someone you love has a concussion, you should go see a doctor immediately.
Children may not exhibit symptoms of a concussion the same as someone who is fully developed, has a better understanding of their body, and who has a better command of language to describe what they feel. They can exhibit any of the symptoms listed above, however they may not show any of those signs. As a parent, you need to know how concussions could appear in kids. Children with concussions may:
If you or a loved one suffered a concussion in an accident caused by someone else, call us at Kisling, Nestico & Redick. A concussion is not an injury to ignore. It can force you to miss school or work, avoid physical activity, and change your lifestyle for months. It can also require medical treatment to mitigate the symptoms. All of these factors are damages that you deserve to be compensated for by the person who caused the concussion.
We will review your situation and explain the process for bringing a personal injury claim. In many cases, you will focus on negotiating an acceptable settlement with an insurer. However, if this is not available, we will represent you during a personal injury lawsuit.
Call us at 1-800-HURT-NOW to discuss your rights and options after suffering a concussion in an accident during a risk free consultation.