When A Car Accident Worsens A Pre-Existing Medical Condition
Typically, injuries caused by car, truck and motorcycle accidents are “new” injuries that didn’t exist prior to the accident. Clear examples are broken bones, burns and crush injuries.
But other times, a car accident causes further damage to someone with a pre-existing injury. A back injury gets worse. A previously broken bone is fractured again. It is important to understand that, if your medical condition was worsened or exacerbated by a crash, you have rights, too.
Free consultation: Was your pre-existing muscular/skeletal condition made worse by an accident? Do you have questions regarding a degenerative spine or neck or disk condition that was further damaged in a motor vehicle crash? Contact Dane Shulman Associates, LLC, for a no-cost consultation.
Helping Injured People With Pre-Existing Conditions
Did you know? Insurance coverage applies to a broad range of bodily damage, including the exacerbation of pre-existing conditions. Our lawyers have handled numerous auto crash cases, including many cases involving pre-existing medical issues.
We work with highly respected medical experts to prove that our client’s medical condition was significantly better before his or her auto crash, and we are highly skilled in pursuing maximum compensation in negotiations and in court.
Did A Pre-Existing Medical Condition Get Worse? Contact Us Today To Learn More.
From our offices in Boston, we protect the rights of people across Massachusetts who have been injured in car accidents that aggravated pre-existing medical conditions. Call (617) 298-2500 for a free initial consultation.