You can file a Kansas or Missouri personal injury claim against the party responsible for the accident. Some of the damages that may be payable to you by settlement include medical bills and lost wages. Furthermore, you may be eligible to receive compensation for psychological trauma such as depression, suffering, and other negative consequences of the accident. Future bills are also usually part of the deal. With very serious injuries, sometimes the victim is permanently disabled and cannot ever return to work. Others may have to change careers due to disability. Some treatments that may be needed in the future include physical rehabilitation, surgeries, massage, and even psychiatric therapy.

Often times your own insurance company will pay portions of your medical bills. Sometimes that just isn’t enough. That’s where the personal injury settlement can assist you. The money received can go towards the medical bills that your insurance company didn’t pay for. However, be aware that sometimes a health insurance company will require you to pay them back what they paid on your behalf as soon as you get your settlement payment. That’s why it’s crucial to make sure you get a settlement that is adequate. Don’t give in too soon and settle for less.

If you need help determining an adequate amount to request in your personal injury claim, our expert attorneys may be able to help. Call us today for a FREE consultation. We also urge you to download your FREE copy of "Don't Wreck Your Injury Claim" for additional tips and tricks to improve your chances of winning your settlement. 

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James Roswold is a Kansas & Missouri personal injury, workers comp, and medical malpractice attorney.