The rehabilitation required to recover the injuries sustained in a motor vehicle accidents can go on for extended periods of time. Even minor accidents can have can have significant and life altering consequences. The effects of motor vehicle injuries are often permanent in nature and can manifest themselves in life long conditions such as Chronic Pain, TMJ, and Post-Traumatic stress Disorder (or other psychological disorders). In assessing the amount of compensation you are entitled to it is extremely important, that these conditions are properly diagnosed. At Chadi and Company, we refer you to the specialists required to make sure that all of your injuries are properly diagnosed, and that you obtain the treatment necessary to ensure that you get the full compensation you are entitled to, and that your injuries are properly treated.
We engage a variety of specialists to ensure that every injury is fully documented and properly diagnosed, which is essential in proving your damages. In proving our case we will often refer our clients to specialists for:
- Chronic pain
- Psychological injuries
- TMJ / dental pain
- Independent Medical Examiners – to evaluate permanent Impairment
- Functional capacity evaluations
- Orthopaedic surgeons
- Accident reconstructionist
- And more
We represent individuals involved in every form of Motor Vehicle accident imaginable from car accidents, truck accidents, motor cycle accidents, to boat accidents. We represent drivers, passengers, pedestrians, and relatives who have lost a loved one in an accident (fatal accident claims).
Insurance adjusters may try to tell you that your damages are capped by the Minor Injury Regulations; this may be completely inaccurate as the "CAP" only applies to a small portion of claims, even when there are no has been broken. In addition the "CAP" only applies to a portion of your claim (Pain and Suffering), it does not include compensation for missed work, the inability to do your household chores, your time to attend medical appointments, out of pocket expenses (medicine, treatments, and any other costs incurred), the cost of future care, and future impact that your injuries may on your employment or ability to find employment.