The construction industry has boomed over the past several years. It seems as though there are construction projects everywhere you look. Although the projects provide a big economic support, they can also be a hotbed for serious construction accident injuries and fatalities.
When you are injured in an accident caused by the negligence or recklessness of another party, you expect to get paid. However, there is nothing more frustrating to someone who has been injured in an accident than destroying the value of their own injury claim.
Medical treatment after an accident is not only crucial to your recovery process, but it will also significantly impact the value of your personal injury claim. Insurance adjusters assess your injuries based almost entirely on your medical records.
- April 15, 2020
- By Samer Habbas, Esq
- In Personal Injury Claim,
The COVID-19 (coronavirus) has no doubt impacted all aspects of our lives. Courts and judicial proceedings are not immune to the upheavals of this pandemic. In response, state courts across California are implementing a variety of measures to curtail public activity in many instances, and in others to shut down completely. Each court is making […]
Once you have notified the responsible parties that you have been injured in the accident they caused, you should expect a call from their insurance carrier. The initial conversation with the insurance adjuster can impact the outcome of your personal injury claim. Knowing what to expect and having tips about how to respond to the […]