Car and vehicle accidents cause millions of injuries, billions of dollars in damages, and more than 40,000 deaths every year.

However, at Injury.com, we don’t like to call them “accidents,” because they aren’t. Injuries caused by negligent, drunk, uninsured and aggressive drivers, dangerous roads, and defective car parts are avoidable and unnecessary, and they cause undue suffering and devastating medical expenses.

More than 3 million people are injured every year because of:

  • Airbags that fail to deploy
  • Defective tires
  • Drunk drivers
  • Road rage
  • Drivers who fall asleep at the wheel
  • Dangerous road conditions

Speaking with a personal injury attorney as soon as possible after you are injured can help alleviate some worries during a very stressful situation. It helps to have someone on your side working to help you pay medical expenses, lost wages and car repair costs.

No two accidents are the same, which is why figuring out who is responsible for paying your medical bills can be such a perplexing thing. One way to find out is to ask someone who has ample knowledge regarding the law and compensation claims about this.

Another way is to find out off-the-bat if someone else is responsible for paying your medical bills, and you can do this by answering this questionnaire. In one minute, you will find out whether or not your medical expenses can be reimbursed or if you are even entitled to more due to your accident.