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What If My Car Accident Was Caused by a Medical Condition?

Being in a car accident can be a very devastating situation, regardless of the severity of the accident and whether or not injuries were involved. If you have recently been the victim of a vehicle accident, then you likely find yourself feeling a bit lost as to what steps you need to take next. Hopefully you have already sought out medical attention if any injuries were involved, but what is next? Filing a claim with the insurance company? What about the other driver who caused the car accident in the first place? Shouldn't he or she assume some responsibility for what happened?

The answers to these questions can be further complicated in a situation where the auto accident was caused by another driver who suffered from a medical condition at the time of the accident. This kind of situation is, unfortunately, a lot more common than many people realize. Some common medical conditions that can lead to car accidents include heart attacks, panic attacks, asthma attacks, and even sudden cardiac arrest. In these situations, you may find yourself feeling some pity for the other driver. At the same time, however, it is not fair for you to have to assume responsibility for the expenses related to the accident. For example, you should not have to deal with your own medical bills, should you?

The answer to this question, of course, is "no," but many drivers in situations like yours understandably find themselves feeling guilty for even thinking about trying to sue the other party. After all, it was not his or her fault that the medical condition occurred when it did. One fact that can help you to feel better about this, however, is that bringing them to court does not necessarily mean you are suing them directly. Instead, you are suing their insurance company.

Most of the time, when you initially attempt to file a claim with the insurance company, they will end up wanting to settle for far less than what you are actually owed. In these cases, it is perfectly understandable for you to bring the matter to court. In fact, you could be cheating yourself out of thousands or even tens of thousands of dollars by failing to bring such a matter to court. Before you decide to file a lawsuit, however, you need to make sure that you have a dedicated team of personal injury lawyers on your side who are familiar with state car accident laws.

How Zinda Law Group Can Help

Fortunately, if you are looking for a car accident lawyer to help you with your case, you have come to the right place. Here, you can find dedicated personal injury lawyers who have shown proven success with cases similar to yours in the past. Call us a 800-863-5312 to receive a free consultation at no obligation.