As mentioned in last week’s post, the aftermath of a car accident in Massachusetts can wreak havoc on the lives of surviving accident victims and their loved ones. Fortunately, it is possible to pursue compensation for the emotional and physical costs associated with being involved in a car accident through a personal injury lawsuit.

Some Massachusetts residents are fortunate enough to walk away from the scene of an accident believing they are mostly unharmed. Thus, they don’t consider getting medical attention for what they consider to be minor injuries. As a result, they might not think to pursue a legal claim against the negligent driver until is too late. For example, an injury may manifest itself at a later time, such as chronic neck and back pain and may amount to significant medical costs over time. Additionally, damage to the vehicle that may not seem like a lot at the time may eventually add up. However, by the time accident victims realize how much they are paying emotionally and physically for someone else’s negligence, it might be too late to pursue a claim.

Collecting evidence, reconstructing the accident scene and speaking to eyewitnesses should all take place very quickly after a car crash takes place, as memories weaken, and tire tracks lighten over time. Lawyers at the Law Office of Colonna & Doyle realize that accident victims have a lot on their mind after a crash, which is why we can take over the legal aspects of financial recovery for our clients. We use our own professionals, and though we keep clients updated on progress, we also free up their time so they can focus on recovering from their experience.

We provide personal service our clients and respond to their queries in a timely manner. No injury is too small to be compensated, which is why getting one’s case evaluated by professionals is very important. For more on car crashes, visit our website.