It’s likely that at some time or another, you will be involved in an automobile collision regardless of how safe a driver you are because it’s strictly a numbers game. There are so many cars on the road and more every day, and the odds are stacked against you if you drive a lot. Sooner or later, some negligent motorist will hit you. If that happens, you need a car accident lawyer in Hernando County, FL, to protect your rights and fight for the justice and compensation you deserve.
A lawyer can help you in many ways in this situation, but in this blog from the Law Office of James R. Jones, JR., P.A., we’ll look specifically at how your attorney can calculate medical expenses.
Your car accident lawyer will do more than just seek compensation for your current medical costs. They will also take into account ongoing and long-term treatment needs as well as several other factors when filing a claim on your behalf. Your attorney will work with you to tally all itemized costs while calculating your expenses.
The figure your lawyer arrives at will also likely include factors such as lost wages, property damage, and pain and suffering. The list will consist of specific dollar amounts with a detailed outline of damages for clarity and to bolster your case.
To learn more, contact us at the Law Office of James R. Jones, JR., P.A.