How We Help Maximize Our Clients’ Recovery
If you’ve been injured as a result of someone else’s negligence, reaching your fullest recovery is paramount. The only way to do this, however, is to carefully document the facts showing liability in the wreck, the full extent of the damages you’ve suffered and to skillfully pursue just and full compensation from the insurance company involved. Fortunately, you are not alone, and the dedicated Forsyth County personal injury attorneys at Banks, Stubbs, & McFarland are committed to helping you maximize your recovery.
The Damages You’ve Suffered
Your personal injury claim is not exactly like anyone else’s, but the categories of damages remain the same for all such cases, including:
- Your medical costs
- Your lost earnings
- Your physical and emotional pain and suffering
Your Medical Costs
The medical costs associated with a serious accident can quickly become overwhelming, including expenses like:
- Emergency transportation and treatment
- Various doctor visits i.e. Orthopedic; Neurologist
- MRIs, X-rays, and CT scans
- Physical therapy
- Radiofrequency ablations
- Surgery and aftercare
It’s important not to lose sight of the fact that a serious injury can lead to long-term health concerns and to secondary conditions that may affect your future. In other words, your initial medical expenses are not likely to represent the full extent of these damages, but the intrepid personal injury attorneys at Banks, Stubbs, & McFarland are well versed at successfully fighting for compensation that covers our clients’ past, present, and future medical costs.
Your Lost Earnings
If you’ve been seriously injured, often you will lose time on the job, which likely translates to lost earnings. If your injuries, however, lead to diminished earnings into the future or to an altered career path, the damages that you have suffered are much more significant. In the end, how your losses directly affect your life is the most relevant factor, and the dedicated legal team at Banks, Stubbs, & McFarland never loses sight of this fact.
Your Physical and Emotional Pain and Suffering
While it’s difficult to attach a price tag to your physical and emotional pain and suffering, this does not make these damages any less real. In fact, many victims find these non-economic damages even more difficult to address and overcome. Significant pain and suffering is closely associated with all of the following difficult emotional consequences:
- Sleep disturbances
- Mood swings
- Emotional instability
- Increased irritability
- Increased anxiety
- Symptoms of depression
Just when you need your family and other members of your support system the most, these emotional consequences can help push them away. The compassionate personal injury attorneys at Banks, Stubbs, & McFarland are here to walk with you through your recovery. We are committed to employing the full force of our experience in pursuit of compensation that fairly addresses all of your pain and suffering.
You Need an Experienced Cumming Personal Injury Attorney on Your Side
The focused Forsyth County personal injury lawyers at Banks, Stubbs & McFarland are committed to our clients’ recovery, and our indefatigable legal team will leave no stone unturned in its pursuit of the compensation to which you are entitled. To learn more about how we can help you, please don’t hesitate to contact us online or call us at 770-887-1209 today.