When young people are seriously injured or killed in a car accident, it falls to their parents to deal with the aftermath, including paying medical or funeral bills and handling the emotional toll. Those who survive their accidents but are severely injured will face a lifetime of medical bills, health problems and physical difficulties. Often parents wind up footing the bill for such things, and incur massive debt as a result. A prime example involved a family, whose son was hit by a drunk driver while he rode his bike. That family’s medical bills are over $100,000 and they have had to pay the bulk of that, with only $20,000 coming from insurance. The boy suffered two skull fractures, a concussion, a collapsed lung and combative seizures in the accident. He is now at least three grades behind where he should be in school because of his traumatic brain injury.
Motor vehicle accidents can be very traumatic and when the victim is young, the accident can have a severe effect on his or her future. The injuries and impairments also have an impact on the young person’s future wages and put a financial burden on the victim’s family. If you or someone you love has been involved in a car accident, don’t just assume that the at-fault person’s insurance will take care of all the bills. The lawyers in our firm who handle the bulk of the lawsuits involving motor vehicle accidents are Cole Portis, Mike Crow, Julia Beasley, LaBarron Boone, and Ben Baker. I assist when the need arises in cases. If you would like to have more information on motor vehicle accidents and the effects on victims and their families, feel free to contact one of these lawyers at 800-898-2034 or visit our Web site at www.BeasleyAllen.com.
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