Pre-Existing Injuries Affecting a Pedestrian Accident Claim
Concerned about pre-existing injuries affecting a pedestrian accident claim? Contact our office today to set up a free consultation and case review.
Will pre-existing conditions affect my pedestrian accident claim?
A third-party is responsible for any changes in your condition. For example, if you had a back injury before that on average was a two on a pain scale of one to ten before you were hit by a car, and then after you were hit by a car it was an average of a six, the driver would be responsible for the change in your condition. Preexisting conditions are very complicated and should be looked at on a case-by-case basis.
Were you or a loved one struck by a vehicle while walking and have questions about pre-existing injuries affecting a pedestrian accident claim?
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