As if accidents aren’t bad enough, injuries stemming from them can be even more traumatic. Broken bones from a severe car wreck, a herniated disk from a slip-and-fall, strained neck muscles from a high-speed hit and run…no matter what type of injury you’re experiencing, you deserve time and support to heal.
Crashes, and slips, and injuries, oh my! We go through life understanding that there are risks out there, but we’re able to keep ourselves safe on a daily basis. That being said, on the off chance that you do get seriously injured, you have options. This is especially true when someone else is at fault for your significant injuries.
Physical recovery isn’t the only thing you’ll have to focus on after a serious car accident. Once the dust has settled, the bruises are fading, the car’s fixed, and the abrasions have healed…the mental and emotional impact of the accident may linger.
Billions of people around the world have at least some sort of online, social media presence. On a daily basis, we may find ourselves sharing photos with loved ones, updating our professional network, or retweeting things we agree with. Social media is one of the main ways we communicate with one another, and it can feel like second nature. So how would that be affected by a personal injury claim?