The force of a car accident can cause crash victims to suffer injuries that lead to internal bleeding. Internal bleeding can occur due to perforations by debris, contact with steering wheels or airbags, or even by the restraining force of a seatbelt. Internal injuries and bleeding can quickly prove life-threatening. They often require a long road of medical treatment and recovery. When you suffer internal bleeding after a car crash that wasn’t your fault, let a car accident attorney from Hach & Rose, LLP go to work to get you the financial recovery and accountability you need and deserve.
The experienced New York City car accident attorneys of Hach & Rose, LLP have become a trusted resource for injured victims in New York City and across New York State. Our track record of success speaks to our legal team’s skills. We have recovered over $500 million in client compensation. Our law firm is dedicated to pursuing the best possible results in each case.
If you experienced internal bleeding due to injuries in a car accident caused by someone else’s negligence, contact Hach & Rose, LLP at (212) 779-0057 for a free, confidential case evaluation. Let’s discuss what our car accident attorneys can do to help you get the compensation you need and deserve.
How a Car Accident Attorney from Hach & Rose, LLP Can Help
Internal bleeding is one of the most serious kinds of injuries that one can suffer in a car crash. Recovering from internal injuries can prove expensive and time-consuming. While you are focused on your medical treatment and on getting back to normal life after devastating injuries, a car accident attorney from Hach & Rose, LLP can go to work pursuing your legal rights and interests.
Our attorneys have over 100 years of combined legal experience in car accident cases. Hach & Rose has the resources to thoroughly investigate and prepare even the most complex claims. Our past cases also give us detailed insight into the tactics and tricks of insurance companies. We will push back when insurance adjusters and defense lawyers try to take advantage of you by pressuring you into accepting a low settlement or no compensation. We will fight to get you the fair and full financial recovery you need and deserve.
Steps to Take after a Car Accident
Following a car accident, actions you can take to preserve your legal rights and options and to pursue financial recovery include:
- Take photos or video of the accident scene. You should include the cars involved, the road surface, traffic signs, and signals. Photograph any visible injuries you may have sustained.
- See a doctor as soon as possible to have your injuries diagnosed and documented and begin recovery.
- Following all treatment instructions and recommendations.
- Keep copies of bills, invoices, receipts, and other records of your financial losses caused by the car accident.
- Speak to a car accident attorney from Hach & Rose, LLP to have us begin investigating your case. We will prepare an effective and persuasive claim on your behalf.
Symptoms of Internal Bleeding
Signs that you may have suffered internal bleeding due to a car accident include:
- Abdominal pain and swelling
- Swelling, pain, and tightness in arms or legs
- Deep purple patches on the skin
- Blood in lung secretions, vomit, urine, or stool
- Fainting or loss of consciousness
If left untreated, internal bleeding can become life-threatening due to blood loss or damage to vital organs.
Compensation You May Be Eligible to Obtain
When you have experienced internal bleeding from injuries sustained in a car accident, you deserve to seek financial compensation for your expenses and losses, including:
- Costs of medical treatment
- Long-term disability care expenses
- Lost income or future earning capacity
- Pain and suffering
- Physical disability
- Reduced life expectancy
- Loss of enjoyment or quality of life
Frequently Asked Questions about Internal Bleeding Injuries from Car Accidents
Some of the questions we hear most often from our car accident clients include:
What if I was partially at fault for the accident?
In New York, you still have the right to pursue a legal claim for compensation even if you share some of the fault for a car accident. The state follows what is known as the comparative fault rule. It says that an injured party is not barred from pursuing compensation even though they bear some share of responsibility for causing their injuries. However, any compensation award the injured party obtains may be reduced in proportion to the percentage of fault that they bear for causing their own injuries.
How much does a car accident attorney cost?
At Hach & Rose, LLP, we understand your financial difficulties when recovering from internal injuries and bleeding. We represent car accident victims on a contingency fee basis. This means you will not have to pay upfront to retain our firm. Instead, we are paid only when we secure financial compensation in your case. That compensation may be secured through a negotiated settlement or by winning a verdict and judgment in your favor at trial. That way, you have no financial risk in pursuing your legal rights following a car crash.
How long will my case take?
Predicting how long a particular car accident case will take is nearly impossible. Factors that can affect the course of a car accident claim include the types and severity of your injuries. Whether you are still undergoing treatment. The availability of insurance coverage. The complexity of the evidence from the accident scene and whether liability for the crash is being questioned. If you have finished treating your car accident injuries and the other driver or party has accepted liability for the crash, a settlement of your claim might be reached within several months. However, if liability for your injuries is being contested or if you have suffered a catastrophic injury, you may have to file a lawsuit in your case. That can take as long as a couple of years to complete.
Contact the Lawyers for Internal Bleeding from Car Accidents of Hach & Rose, LLP Today
After you suffered internal injuries and bleeding in a car crash caused by someone else, call Hach & Rose, LLP today at (212) 779-0057 for a free, no-obligation consultation. You can speak with a knowledgeable car accident lawyer from our firm, and we can help you understand your options and what is involved in the claims process.