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If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident, you may be left with many questions:
- How will I pay for my medical bills?
- When will I be able to get back to work?
- How will I make up for my lost wages?
The Frisco personal injury lawyers at Zinda Law Group can help answer these daunting questions and provide insight on all your legal options for recovering compensation for your injuries. Having a professional and experienced legal advocate on your side can make a big difference in the outcome of your personal injury case.
If you or a loved one has been injured in an accident, contact Zinda Law Group today at (800) 863-5312 for a 100% free case evaluation with one of our experienced Frisco injury attorneys.
For a free legal consultation with a personal injury lawyer serving Frisco, call 800-863-5312
How Do I File a Personal Injury Claim?
In order to file a personal injury claim, you will need to include full documentation of the injury you sustained. You will need to document all economic costs, such as medical bills, treatment expenses, predicted economic losses, lost wages, and future losses.
Victims of personal injury accidents may also be left with physical, psychological, and emotional scars and, as such, another important component to address is non-economic losses. These might include stress, pain, suffering, and a loss of pleasure out of life.
Our Frisco personal injury lawyers can help clients file an injury claim and seek maximum compensation for their injuries.
When filing a claim, an injury attorney in Frisco can assist you with the following:
- File a claim that covers all of your health and medical expenses. You may be entitled to compensation for medical and hospitalization bills, rehabilitation cost, future doctor and medical bills, caretaker costs, and even reconstructive surgery costs.
- File a claim for damage to your personal property. You may be able to collect money for the repairs, property damage, and past and future lost wages.
- File a claim that includes compensation for your pain and suffering.