What should I do if I’ve suffered from facial injuries after a Columbia, MD car crash?
It’s not uncommon to experience facial injuries as a result of a Columbia, MD car crash. After all, there is nothing around your face to offer protection. Getting into a car accident is quite confusing and stressful and as a result, you may be unsure of what to do. Here, a Howard County car crash lawyer offers advice on what to do if you’ve received a facial injury after a crash.
Seek Medical Help
If your face has been burned, cut or injured in any way, you’ll need to seek medical attention immediately. Go to the emergency room and have a doctor look at your injuries right away. Not only can doing so help you begin the healing process, but it also starts written documentation of the treatments you needed, which can help you, should your case go to court.
Follow Doctor’s Orders
Your doctor will likely give you orders regarding your facial injury, such as activities you are able to participate in, and those you should avoid. Not heeding your doctor’s advice can cause further injuries, and hurt any chances you have of receiving compensation due to your Maryland car wreck.
Call a Lawyer
The sad truth is that your insurance company will do all it can to avoid paying for the treatments and diagnostics it takes to heal your facial injuries. They will use a variety of reasons for why certain essential treatments you needed aren’t covered, which will result in you having to pay for them yourself. When you have a Howard County auto crash lawyer on your side, however, you may receive the compensation you need to heal.
Call the law offices of Jimeno & Gray, P.A., at (410) 590-9401 if you’re the victim of a Columbia, MD car crash and have received facial injuries as a result. You may be able to get the money to cover your doctor’s visits, treatments, lost wages and more.
Request your free copy of the book A Crash Course in Maryland Accidents, written by Howard County car accident attorney Gregory Jimeno, when you call.
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