Car accident injuries can result in significant physical, emotional, and financial damages. Catastrophic injuries, including injuries that result in permanent impairment or disabilities, create additional damages. It is important to seek experienced legal advice from a New Orleans car accident attorney if you sustained a permanent disability because of a car crash.

Car Wrecks Can Change Your Life Forever

Many individuals who are involved in a traffic accident can recover from their injuries within a few weeks to a few months. Depending on the type of injury and the severity of the injury, the person may have substantial financial losses an experience significant pain and suffering. During their recovery, car accident victims often experience various challenges and frustration in dealing with the complications caused by car accident injuries.

However, when a car accident results in permanent disability, a person’s life is changed forever. A permanent impairment or disability from a car accident can prevent an individual from returning to work and severely impact the person’s quality of life by restricting the person’s ability to care for himself or herself or engage in normal daily activities. The disability or impairment may also significantly impact the person’s relationships with family and friends.

In many cases, an accident victim who sustains a permanent disability because of the crash faces a lifetime of ongoing medical and personal care. The individual may need medical equipment and may require significant modifications to their home Because of their disability. Ongoing, comprehensive physical therapy, mental health therapy, and occupational therapy are required to help an individual adjust to his or her new life after a car accident results in permanent disability.  

What Are My Options for Compensation?

Car accident cases can be extremely complicated and complex, especially when they involve permanent impairments and disabilities. Obtaining the maximum compensation available for your claim is vital so that you can pay for ongoing medical and personal care, as well as continued counseling and therapy.

To recover compensation for permanent disability after a car accident, you must prove that the other driver or another party was responsible for causing the crash. However, proving fault and liability are only two aspects of a car accident claim involving permanent disability.

To maximize compensation and to ensure that you receive full compensation for all damages, including the disability and impairment, careful documentation of your injuries, prognosis, financial losses, and projected future financial costs is required. In many cases, experts are required to assist in calculating the correct value of a car accident claim involving permanent disabilities.

Our car accident lawyers in New Orleans work closely with your physicians to determine when you reach maximum medical improvement. We might consult and retain additional medical experts to provide comprehensive reports and opinions regarding your prognosis. We also work with financial and economic experts to project the expenses and financial losses you are expected to incur because of your new disability.

Get Help from a Skilled New Orleans Car Accident Lawyer

It is always a wise idea to consult a car accident attorney in New Orleans after any traffic accident. It is important for you to learn about your legal rights and discuss your options for recovering compensation for your injuries and damages. It is even more important that you consult an attorney if you sustained catastrophic injuries or permanent disability is because of a car wreck.

Attorney Fred Olinde and the legal team at The Olinde Firm have years of experience assisting car accident victims throughout the greater New Orleans area.

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Call (504) 587-1440 or 1-800-587-1889 to schedule a free consultation with one of our New Orleans personal injury attorneys. Make sure that you receive the compensation you deserve by hiring an experienced car accident attorney.