As we discussed last week on the blog, there are a variety of damages that an individual can suffer when he or she is involved in a car accident. The most obvious of these damages are economic in nature, such as medical expenses and lost wages. But noneconomic damages, such as pain and suffering and disfigurement, can drastically impact a victim’s life, too. Although money may not be able to heal all wrongs, it can usually assist these victims in covering their expenses, recouping their financial losses, and proving financial stability during their time of need.

Of course, recovering this compensation can be a challenge. If you find yourself about to file a lawsuit against a negligent driver who you feel is responsible for your injuries, then you may be in for a fight. Defense attorneys can be aggressive and, sometimes, belittling in their arguments. Those who unaccustomed to such attacks can with in the face of pressure, forcing them to cause mistakes that could lose them their chance at imposing liability and recovering the money they desperately need.

Skilled legal teams that represent victims, like the one at Gary Phillips Accident Law, can anticipate the arguments these defense attorneys will make in any given case. One reason we are able to do this is because we have extensive experience handling these types of cases. By identifying potential defenses and weaknesses in our clients’ cases, we are able focus our attention on building the legal arguments needed to further support our clients’ claims.

Our team of dedicated legal professionals know how difficult it can be to move forward after a devastating car wreck. This is why we fight for a positive result in every case as if it were our own. Our history of success reflects our passion, knowledge of the law, and aggressiveness in negotiations and litigation. If you are interested in learning more about the personal injury lawsuit process and what we may be able to offer in the way of services, please consider reaching out to us.