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Dedicated Murfreesboro Car Accident Attorney Fights for the Compensation You Deserve for Your Injuries

Serious car accident injuries can change your life  

Every time you get behind the wheel of a car, you are taking your life in your hands. That's an unpleasant fact most of us don't like to think about, considering how much we rely on our cars to get from one place to the next. But it's the frequency of our driving that is exactly to blame for our increased risk of injury in an automotive accident. While accidents are common, they often result in minor damage like a few paint scratches and minor injury like neck strain. Sometimes, accidents can result in much more serious injuries that can land you in the hospital for a few days or even cause life-changing consequences. An accident can paralyze you or cause you to lose a limb, requiring extensive medical care and lifelong assistance.  

If you are in an accident that was caused by another person's negligence, you deserve compensation for your medical care, time lost from work, and more. At The Law Office of David L. Scott, our Murfreesboro car accident lawyer is committed to fighting on behalf of clients to ensure you get the maximum compensation under law. The right settlement helps you preserve your quality of life, and our Murfreesboro car accident attorney does everything possible to help you.

Common types of car accident injuries

Due to the nature of car accidents and the way that drivers and passengers are positioned in the car, some common injuries are seen in serious accidents, including: 

  • Traumatic brain injuries

  • Other head injuries, including injury to the eyes, ears and jaw

  • Back injuries, which can result in chronic pain, nerve damage, reduced sensation, and reduced mobility

  • Neck and chest injuries

  • Abdominal injuries

  • Injuries to the knees, legs and feet

A number of issues can arise from each of these injury types. For example, a brain injury can be something as simple as a concussion or something more severe like the permanent loss of brain function. Neck injuries can be simple whiplash or a broken neck. Car accident injuries may result in a hospital stay of a few days, or few weeks. In some cases, your injuries might cause serious health problems for the rest of your life, or you might suffer from chronic pain or lack of mobility. Our Murfreesboro car accident attorney works hard to recover all medical and other expenses you need.

What kind of compensation can you get for car accident injuries? 

Every case is different, so it is impossible to say exactly what kind of compensation you can get for your accident injuries. However, some possibilities include: 

  • The cost of any medical treatment you have already received, including hospital stays, surgeries, and physical therapy

  • The cost of any future medical treatment that your doctor says will be required, such as additional surgery or therapy

  • Estimated costs for home health care, including an aide, upgrades to make your home accessible, and medical equipment

  • The equivalent of any wages lost from time missed from work as a result of injuries

  • Estimates wages that you may lose from your inability to work or do the same type of work as a result of your injuries

  • The cost of mental health care as a result of PTSD, anxiety or depression caused by your experience

In some cases, a settlement can include a subjective amount for the pain and suffering that you experienced as a result of the accident. Our Murfreesboro car accident attorney helps you understand what might be possible in your case.

If you have been injured in a car accident, contact an experienced Murfreesboro car accident attorney today 

You have too much to lose from a serious accident injury to leave your future to chance. Call The Law Office of David L. Scott today to work with our Murfreesboro car accident attorney. Call us at (615) 896-7656 for a free consultation, or contact us online using our secure form.

 
 
 

 

 

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Murfreesboro, TN 37130

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Nashville, TN 37205

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