FACT:
Hispanics killed or permanently injured in auto accidents receive less monetary compensation because of their ethnicity and inadequate legal representation.

"Imagine waking up one morning and everything in your life has been turned upside down. Someone you love has been involved in an auto accident and has suffered permanent injuries. Thousands of dollars in bills, no money coming in, and still no answers. Insurance companies are hard to work with and most of the time leaves you feeling helpless. Even though you may feel like a victim, you should know that in almost every case there is a solution. You just need help finding it. For example, did you know if the other person that caused the accident didn’t have insurance you can still collect money for your injuries from your own insurance company, even if you only have liability? And did you know that if you didn’t have insurance, but someone in your immediate family who lives with you does, you can still collect money for your injuries? Insurance companies may not want you to know this, but it is true! Rule #1 Always have your own medical insurance. Rule #2 Always seek medical attention immediately. Automobile accident injuries may include years of rehabilitation or worst yet, permanently change the direction of your life. The sooner you find someone who understands your situation and knows the law, the sooner you can begin to see your future."

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Catastrophic personal injuries change your life. Unfortunately, most people do not know their rights and are often taken advantage of by insurance companies. In addition to physical pain and suffering, families are faced with exorbitant bills which may affect their credit and quality of life. Determining the severity of the personal injury and the potential monetary awards requires a thorough review of the uniqueness of each situation by a qualified lawyer.

Depending on the circumstances of your accident, you may be entitled to compensation for:

  • Loss of Income
  • Hospital and Doctor Bills
  • Rehabilitation Therapy
  • Future Medical Bills
  • Physical Pain and Suffering
  • Mental Stress and Suffering
  • Impairment
  • Disfigurement

 
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