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When you Have Lost Wages Due to an Accident

Across Maryland, over the last five years, there have been an average of 45,000 injuries annually because of roadway accidents. Every injured person suffers some type of financial loss, including wages lost while they recover from their injuries.

Lost wages are problematic because it means after a roadway accident, your family must deal with a lower household income while you are recovering. Chances are, you are facing higher medical bills and you need to repair your vehicle. In some instances, victims of roadway accidents face weeks, and for some months, recovering from their injuries. The loss of wages adds to the stress you are suffering after an accident oftentimes making a full recovery even more challenging.

Because of this, we encourage everyone involved in any type of roadway accident to contact a personal injury attorney. Unlike a workplace accident when you may be able to collect workers’ compensation benefits, car accident victims have to depend on other family members, and their savings to stay on a solid financial footing following an accident.

Currently, Maryland statutes allow victims of roadway accidents to file a claim with their own insurance company, or the other party’s insurance company. Too often however, insurers are too interested in protecting their bottom line to resolve your claim in a timely manner. We know this means added stress for you. Instead of being victimized all over again, contact the personal injury law offices of John Critzos after a roadway accident. Let us review your case and help you determine the best way forward. In some cases, we can negotiate a reasonable settlement with the insurer but if we cannot do that, you can count on us to fight aggressively to get you the funds you deserve for your injuries, including lost wages.

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Stats: http://www.mva.maryland.gov/safety/mhso/Benchmark-Reports-2017/StatewideBR-16Sept05-17.pdf


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