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Is Physical Pain Delaying Recovery Post Accident?

This Shaked Law Firm article explains how physical pain that doesn't receive proper medical care can delay a patient's recovery on the medical side.

Physical pain post accident can be severe and permanent without medical intervention. Physical pain that doesn't receive proper medical care can severely delay a patient's recovery on the medical side. Permanent physical pain costs a victim their Quality of Life. Furthermore, it can cost financially. When victims are out of work long term, it becomes impossible to pay the bills. Many times, the problem lies in victims attempting to hide physical pain, enduring a job that makes their suffering worse. This, in an attempt to get the bills paid. Insurance companies want victims of accidents to believe there is no...

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Why is Pain and Suffering Costing Victims Financially?

Beyond physical pain and suffering post accident, medical bills are financially devastating. This article details the financial side of pain and suffering.

Accident victims are unfairly paying for their pain and suffering financially! When one puts the average American's healthcare cost up against the victim of an accident, the difference is staggering. Health insurance that covers the cost of sustaining severe injuries as a result of an accident forces a victim into financial ruin. This can happen to anyone, if the victim was, at one time, financially stable. Beyond physical pain and suffering post accident, medical bills are financially devastating. Accidents are expensive, and that's not the victim's fault. It should not fall on the shoulders of those who sustain injuries by...

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Mental Anguish After Accident is Serious and Lifelong for Victims

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After an accident that results in a physical injury to the victim, the first step in the recovery process is medical stabilization. Medically stabilizing the victim after a serious car, motorcycle, or other accident should be top priority, and the focus until the patient is well enough to transition home from the hospital. Once the victim has been stabilized medically, it’s easy to paint the picture of wellness and moving forward with a restored quality of life. However, this should not be mistaken as the case.