Don’t Worry About Personal Injury Claims

You have been injured but to no fault of your own. Maybe you took a fall while shopping at your favorite grocery store. An incident report about this personal injury was filled out by a member of store management and you were advised to seek a medical evaluation. But instead you simply went home thinking that everything would be fine in the morning, besides you have never had a personal injuury.
As your alarm clocks rings to wake you up, you try to get out of bed only to learn that your back will not let you. Thankfully you have a bottle of aspirin on your bedside table so you take a couple and lay back down in hopes that relief will soon be on its way. After another half an hour you again try to get out of bed and much to your relief you accomplish this feat. You head to the shower in hopes that the hot water will allow your back to loosen up and you can go on with your day.
After the shower you begin to understand that you may have really done some damage to your back with the fall you took yesterday. You have taken two aspirin, stood in a very hot shower for at least fifteen minutes and yet the pain has not lessened one bit. As a matter of fact you are hurting more now than you were when you woke up this morning. You have just taken over a half of an hour to dry yourself from your shower and get dressed. You now decide to call your doctor to see if you can possibly get an appointment to see him at any time today. You are pleased to learn that he does have an opening later today but you worry that your back is only going to become more inflamed as the day goes on. Even with this horrible thought racing through your mind you make the appointment.
Once you had given a detailed explanation about your fall, x-rays were taken, and now you learn that you have damaged a few disk and you will require surgery. The only problem is that do to the swelling the surgery will have to be put off until sometime next week. All you can think about is how badly you hurt, the amount of time you will miss from work, and how will your family be able to survive with you laid up.
As soon as you can you contact your boss to inform him about your current situation. You are relieved to learn that he fully understands and he even offered some advice. During your conversation you learned that you might be in need of a personal injury attorney.
After a quick check in your yellow pages and a brief online search pertaining to personal injury you contact a local attorney looking for help. You give a brief explanation as to what has occurred and are offered an appointment to meet with the attorney. The next day you are in his office.
During this meeting you learn that the grocery store is responsible for all your medical bills including any physical therapy. You are also informed that you may be able to receive temporary disability payments while you are out of work and at the end of your claim you should expect to receive payment for any pain and suffering. Needless to say you are very relieved to learn all of this information;however, you are concerned with how you will pay the attorney fees.
Rather the attorney will be paid a percentage of any final claim that is paid by the grocery store or their insurance company. With this knowledge fully understood you agree to have this attorney take care of all matters in this case. As you leave the office you truly begin to realize that you new attorney was correct when he told you don’t worry about personal injury.

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