Whether commuting to work or taking kids to school, Wisconsin travelers often have to navigate high levels of traffic in the early morning hours. Motorists in highly congested areas are at particular risk for motor vehicle accidents. The sudden and unexpected factors of a serious collision often leave victims wondering where to seek support.
A first source of support following a motor vehicle crash typically comes from police and rescue workers. They know how to quickly assess a particular situation and can transport you to the nearest facility that is best equipped to handle your injuries. Even moderate injuries can land you in the hospital for days.
If responders listed you in critical or serious condition upon arrival at a hospital, you will likely need specialized medical support. Such situations often lead to long, arduous recoveries. After returning home, you may continue to need help to function, especially if you have suffered a partial or full disability. Taking time off work may result in financial distress, prompting a need to seek guidance regarding options that may be available to seek financial recovery for your losses.
The Law Offices of Robert A. Levine is committed to helping victims of Wisconsin motor vehicle accidents to get the care they need and the compensation they deserve if another party’s negligence was responsible for their injuries. If you have legal questions regarding a collision that caused you injury, you may request a meeting with an experienced attorney. As victim advocates, we are prepared to help you obtain all the emotional, medical, financial and legal support you need to achieve as full a recovery as possible in the aftermath of a motor vehicle collision.
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