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At Morgan Law Group, our Florida, Louisiana, and Mississippi personal injury attorneys know that when our clients are hurt in a traffic collision, like an auto, boat, motorcycle, or truck accident, their lives are turned upside down in seconds.

We also know that it is impossible to understand the extent of their injuries immediately after the crash. That is why it is crucial to seek medical care right away, so all injuries are formally diagnosed by a medical professional.

Our personal injury attorneys in Florida, Louisiana, and Mississippi represent clients who have suffered all types of injuries, including serious injuries that disrupt their livelihoods and catastrophic injuries that have changed their lives.

No matter which scenario you are in, you do not have to face the negligent driver or their insurance company alone.

We can help. Here is what injury victims need to know about their conditions and how they affect their eligibility to file a personal injury claim.

When is a Personal Injury Considered Serious Enough to File a Claim?

The word “serious” or “severe” is subjective, based on the individual who was hurt.

When someone is hurt in an accident in Florida, Louisiana, or Mississippi, their injuries can impact their daily activities and overall quality of life differently.

For example, when someone works in construction, in a restaurant, or in another occupation where he or she is on their feet all day, a broken leg from a car accident will severely impact their ability to work for months. When their injury was caused by negligence, the responsible driver should be held liable for their costly medical bills, extended time away from work, and any additional accident-related expenses they incur.

The reality is, an accident with injuries is not typically about how injured the person is, but how their injuries affect them going forward.

The same is true for other common injuries that occur during traffic collisions, which may include, but are not limited to:

  • Amputations
  • Broken bones
  • Burn injuries
  • Internal bleeding
  • Organ damage
  • Joint, muscle, and ligament damage
  • Neck and spine injuries
  • Paralysis
  • Scarring and disfigurement
  • Soft tissue damage
  • Traumatic brain injuries

When our clients’ injuries cause significant damages, no matter how “serious” they appear to be to a passerby, they deserve to explore their eligibility to pursue a personal injury lawsuit against the negligent party. We can help.

Our Florida, Louisiana, and Mississippi personal injury attorneys will evaluate your overall financial needs from the time the accident occurred throughout your recovery, or your overall recovery needs when your injuries are permanent. Call us now to learn more.

Contact Our Experienced Personal Injury Lawyers for a Free Consultation

Contact our experienced personal injury attorneys in Florida, Louisiana, and Mississippi at Morgan Law Group to schedule a free consultation today by calling 888-904-2524 to learn how we can help you pursue the maximum financial recovery for your claim.