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December 16, 2019

Orange County Car Accident Coma Lawyer

Car accidents can cause lifelong physical injuries that prevent the victim from living a normal life. Some of the worst car accidents can leave victims in a coma.

When that happens, family members and friends must watch helplessly as their loved one’s life hangs in the balance—and medical bills and other expenses quickly add up.

Fortunately, if the car accident that caused your loved one’s coma was someone else’s fault, you might be able to pursue compensation through a personal injury claim. For help filing your claim and fighting for what you deserve, get in touch with an Orange County car accident coma lawyer from Dickson Kohan & Bablove, LLP.

Car Crashes a Major Cause of Comas

Comas indicate serious injuries, so a car crash that causes the victim to enter a coma is bound to entail long-term medical care and many other damages.

Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) are a major cause of comas. Any impact to the head that is hard enough to forcefully move the brain can cause a TBI, and severe TBIs can cause comas. Car accidents often cause severe head injuries.

Sometimes, extreme pain or medical issues that require the victim to be immobile during treatment make it necessary for a medical professional to induce a coma.

Handling Negotiations

After recovering from a coma, the Orange County car accident coma victim may still require care for lingering injuries. That means that many victims aren’t prepared for the difficult task of negotiating with insurance companies and negligent parties for the compensation they need.

But your lawyer will handle negotiations on your behalf and take the case to court if an adequate settlement agreement isn’t reached.

Your attorney will represent your best interests after your coma, no matter what tactics the other side tries to use.

Coma Compensation

The financial damages associated with comas are almost always severe. Medical bills for extended hospital stays and the lost wages from missing work for months can easily reach hundreds of thousands of dollars.

But you can be compensated for more than just your economic damages. Your Orange County car accident coma attorney can help you pursue compensation for non-economic damages. Non-economic damages are those that don’t necessarily cost you any money but still have an impact on your life.

Coma victims may be able to pursue compensation for the following non-economic damages:

  • Pain and suffering
  • Diminished quality of life
  • Emotional trauma
  • Scarring or disfigurement
  • Loss of consortium

Contact an Orange County Car Crash Coma Lawyer

You shouldn’t have to suffer financially after all the emotional suffering you endured while your loved one was in a coma. And if the car accident that left your loved one in a coma was someone else’s fault, you don’t have to.

To hold the responsible party accountable and get the compensation you need to move forward, get in touch with Dickson Kohan & Bablove, LLP. Give us a call at 1-844-404-2400 or fill out the online contact form at the bottom of this page to speak with an Orange County car accident coma lawyer.

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