If you are experiencing dizziness following a car accident you were involved in that was caused by the negligence of someone else, you could have sustained a head injury that can have long-term consequences on your life. Car accident victims often strike their heads against the windshield or other parts of the car’s interior wherein they suffer concussions, skull fractures and brain injuries.
It is important that your dizziness is well documented so that it can be attributed to the car accident you were involved in. If you do decide to file a claim for compensation, you can rest assured that the insurance company associated with the defendant will do whatever it takes to try to convince the courts that your symptoms are attributed to something other than the accident you were involved in.
It is very likely that you will be contacted by a representative of the insurance company wherein you will be offered a settlement amount. It is never advisable to accept any settlement amount no matter how tempting it may be. Your injuries could very well be worth far more than what the insurance company offers. It is very wise to contact a Bay Area personal injury attorney who has experience representing car accident victims. A seasoned lawyer like those working at Hogan Injury will be very familiar with head injuries sustained in car accidents.
The legal team at Hogan Injury has the experience and knowledge necessary to prove that the dizziness you are experiencing is indeed a direct result of your accident. We tap into an extensive resource of legal experts who help us prove our clients’ injuries are directly related to the accidents they were involved.
Your dizziness could be indicative of head trauma and should be taken very seriously even though feeling dizzy may seem like a minor problem. If you end up being diagnosed with head trauma, you could face years of costly medical treatment.
Some car accident victims develop post-traumatic Meniere’s Syndrome that involves episodes of dizziness accompanied by ringing in the ears or changes in hearing. This condition often does not present itself right away following an accident which means it’s of the utmost importance to seek medical care immediately following your accident and to speak to an attorney as soon as possible.
If it is proven by a medical professional that your dizziness is a direct result of the car accident you were involved in, you could be eligible to receive compensation that will cover your medical costs, lost wages, pain & suffering and more. Hogan Injury works on a no-win, no-fee basis so you will never be asked to pay before we win or settle your case. Our San Francisco personal injury attorneys work hard to fight for the rights of each of our clients and we promise to do the same for you. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to speak with you so contact us today to schedule your no-fee consultation.