What if I have long-term injuries I didn’t know about?
With a traumatic event, you may hit your head or your knee when your accident first happens, so your head hurts tremendously and you’re not concentrating on any other part of your body, or your knee hurts you tremendously and you’re not concentrating on any other part of your body, and then a few days later you’re having tremendous pain in a different part of your body. This is nothing unusual. In fact, this is common in accidents, and this could be well-handled by any attorney who has experience in this area. Just because it happens a few weeks later, doesn’t mean it’s not related to the accident. The person who decides that is your physician. Your physician will determine if this is related to the accident or not related to the accident, and you should not shy away from telling your attorney everything.
When you hire an attorney who’s an experienced attorney in personal injury, make sure you tell that attorney every single thing that bothers you, every single thing that happens to you, and everything that’s going on. In this office, at Krause and Glassmith, we call our clients all the time to find out how they’re doing, how they’re treating, and what’s bothering them. We want to keep current with all their pains and problems because what they tell us the first time may be different the second time, even more the third time, and later they may have operations on body parts that were not so clear in the beginning. Always keep your lawyer apprised at what’s going on.
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