Complications of Whiplash
Being injured in a car accident can prevent you from enjoying your personal life and possibly from working to support your family. When you are injured in an accident caused by someone or something else, you are entitled to compensation for your damages. Your damages include both short-term and long-term costs due to your medical bills, pain and suffering, and any impact that your injuries have on your ability to work.
As we’ll discuss below, what your injury is worth depends on the unique facts and circumstances of your accident, the costs of your injuries, and how well you present your claim with supporting evidence. You can only collect damages that you can prove with evidence, and a Beverly Hills personal injury lawyer from Jalilvand Law can help.
Whiplash Can Cause Brain Injury or Nerve Damage
The amount of damages you are entitled to depends upon the severity of your injuries and complications. Whiplash can cause traumatic brain injury, or TBI, which happens when your head experiences a bump, blow, or penetrating wound, harming the soft tissue of your brain inside your skull. When your body moves forward quickly and then snaps back, your brain can be damaged in addition to your nerves. Nerve damage can be permanent and might cause tingling, chronic pain, numbness, and other problems.
These injuries can have lasting symptoms that require ongoing medical care, and you are entitled to damages to cover all of this.
Your Experienced Beverly Hills Accident Attorney Can Help
Connecting with an attorney as soon as possible after your accident will help to ensure the best possible outcome in your case. Your attorney collects evidence on your behalf to determine the parties at fault for the accident, and the amount of damages that you are entitled to.
To support your case and have your attorney handle everything for you so that you can focus on recovering from your injuries, schedule a consultation with Jalilvand Law now.