Pre-Existing Medical Conditions Effect on an Injury Claim
In Kansas, personal injury and accident victims are often entitled to seek financial compensation for their injuries and damages, regardless of the at-fault party. However, upon filing your insurance claims, you may experience different challenges, especially when you have an underlying medical issue.
Do’s and Don’ts After a Car Accident
Getting into a car accident is traumatizing, even if you manage to walk away without serious injuries. You’re likely confused and overwhelmed with the steps you’ll need to take to get compensation and may have questions like, “What should I do if I sustain an injury in an accident?”, “What if I’m injured but don’t have insurance?” or, “Should I talk to the insurance adjuster?”
How Insurance Companies Evaluate the Value of a Claim
If you’ve been injured in an accident that wasn’t your fault, you’ll likely want to file a claim to seek compensation for your expenses. Though this may seem like a straightforward process, it can actually be incredibly difficult and may take months or even a year to see any money.
Don't Take the First Offer the Insurance Company Gives You
Settling a personal injury claim after a car accident appears to be straightforward. The company’s insured caused an accident, and as a result, you face injuries. You have medical bills and have lost time at work. Therefore, they should pay.
How an Auto Accident Attorney Can Help You
We are dedicated to advocating for people injured in automobile collisions or car accidents on Kansas City metro streets, roads, and interstate highways. We help those injured in collisions caused by another person’s speeding, reckless driving, inattention, or other negligence.