Suing After a Car Accident
When You Need Full Access To Support
When you are injured in a car accident that is another person's fault, you can file a lawsuit to recover damages. For many people, this is the only way to make sure they have the financial and medical resources they need for their immediate and long-term care. Many people are confused about the difference between no-fault Section B insurance benefits and a lawsuit, as well as how the two work together. A lawyer can give insight, clarity and advocacy to make sure you get full compensation.
MacGillivray Injury and Insurance Law is established in Nova Scotia as a premier and specialized injury law firm. Our experience and resolve to get the best results for our clients are key reasons for our success. If you have been badly hurt, let us stand up for you.
Factors That Affect A Car Accident Lawsuit
Lawsuits are unpredictable, and just as you are a unique individual with unique needs, your legal case will be unique. However, some common factors affect most car accident lawsuits. If you have been unable to work, will experience a change in occupation, had a lengthy hospital stay or have complicated effects of catastrophic injuries, these will directly affect the nature of your lawsuit.
Damages you can recover will also depend on your specific situation. However, it is possible for some people to recover compensation for:
- Economic losses
- Loss of earning capacity
- Pain and suffering
- Loss of enjoyment of life
- Health care expenses, such as medical bills not covered by Nova Scotia MSI or Section B
- Loss of valuable services such as housekeeping and home maintenance
At MacGillivray Injury and Insurance Law, we know you are under emotional and financial stress. We work for you on a no-win, no-fee basis: you do not owe us any money until we secure you compensation. When you get in touch with us, you do so risk-free. When you hire us, you can rest assured we work diligently for what's in your best interests.
Contact Halifax Auto Accident Lawyers For More Information
Don't fight the battle alone. To arrange a free initial consultation about suing after a car accident in Nova Scotia, contact us online or give us a call.