Who pays for lost wages in an non-work related accident?
One of the questions we get asked a lot is, in a non work related injury, who pays for my lost wages?
If you have to miss work or if you have been injured in an accident, there is no doubt it most likely will be financially draining and very stressful on you and your family. The reality of such injury claim is that it may take months, if not years, to settle and recover fully. That leaves you without income for maybe part or much of that time. What are you supposed to do in the meantime without being able to make ends meet?
That is where we come in. As injury experts, we have extensive knowledge with handling all facets of insurance including dealing with any subrogation, medical bills, and trying to get you your lost wages recovered in a timely and reasonable fashion.
Initially, we will explore all options to hopefully get you back to work or try to help you find an alternative source of income, such as short term, disability, insurance, or social security disability. The good news is upon any jury verdict or settlement in your case, the person who caused the accident or your injury is 100% liable for your loss wages you may have suffered from that accident.
You are entitled to collect 100%. We are here to help you do so.
While the initial weeks and months after any accident or very traumatic and stressful times for you and your family, do not let the financial stress of losing out on income get you down. Give the injury experts a call at Alvine Weidenaar so we can help alleviate your burden and navigate you through these very stressful and difficult times.
As always, we are fighting for the injury.