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4 Signs You Could Be Hurting Your Own Virginia Truck Crash Case

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Many people have two important goals after suffering a serious truck accident injury in Virginia. They understandably want to get the best possible settlement for their accident injuries, and they also want to have the ordeal over with as quickly as possible. Luckily, both of those goals can usually be accomplished simultaneously, as long as the injured victim does not sabotage his or her own recovery efforts.

4 Things Not to Do after a Truck Accident Injury

A victim could unknowingly be sabotaging his or her own recovery by:

  • Not following a doctor’s orders for medical care. As unpleasant as medical care may be, it is important to both your physical and financial recovery.
  • Going back to work too soon. You may jeopardize your physical recovery and part of your financial recovery if you go back to work before you are able to do so.
  • Agreeing to an insurance settlement with the expectation that it can be changed or added to later. Generally, insurance settlements are binding and you cannot recover additional funds later.
  • Not calling a lawyer. It is hard to know and to protect all of your rights without the help of a Virginia truck accident attorney.

Every move that you make could be important to your future after a truck accident injury. Thus, it is important to get the help that you need today.

Call a Virginia Truck Accident Lawyer for Help

Your attorney will help you understand your rights and the steps that you need to take to protect those rights. For more information, please contact an experienced Charlottesville tractor trailer accident lawyer today at 434-985-6000 for a free consultation.

Andrew Thomas
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Andrew Thomas is an experienced civil litigation attorney in Virginia and is AV Rated by Martindale-Hubbell.
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