An auto accident can change your life dramatically within seconds and leave you injured and confused.
You may be experiencing pain and not feel that you’re able to work, but your bills need to be paid and you must continue with your daily responsibilities. Even the simplest task can become difficult to complete when you’re in pain. If your car is damaged or even totaled, it may be impossible for you to get around. Where do you go from here?
800-PAIN-800 (1-800-724-6800) was founded in 2000 to assist those who have been injured in a car accident. 800 PAIN 800 has grown into a nationwide network that can help people get their lives back on track after an auto accident. 1-800-PAIN-800 puts clients in contact with an experienced attorney who can explain their rights and the monetary benefits they may be entitled to depending on the facts of their case. 1-800-PAIN-800 can help patients recover and heal after an accident through its network of medical providers. 800 PAIN 800 also supports many philanthropic endeavors and gives back to the communities it serves. If you or someone you know has been injured in an accident caused by another person’s negligence and the insurance company does not offer a fair settlement, 800 PAIN 800 can refer you to a lawyer who will negotiate on your behalf or represent you in court. You may be entitled to monetary reimbursement for such things as hospitalization, emergency room care, rehabilitation, medical bills, extended care, physical therapy and other specialized treatments including chiropractic. You may also seek reimbursement for vehicle damage, lost wages or the ability to earn a living, estimated future losses, as well as compensation for pain and emotional distress.
If you or someone you know has been injured in an accident, call us directly at 1-800-PAIN-800or contact us now for a call back.
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