The goal of our civil justice system is to help you obtain the money you need to get your life back after someone else has injured you. Your settlement or verdict from a personal injury lawsuit will help pay for medical expenses and lost wages, and compensate you for your pain and suffering. Unfortunately, some accidents leave scars that won’t go away.
At Mayer & Rosenberg, P.C., our Kansas City personal injury lawyers will seek full compensation for all of the damages you have suffered in an accident, including scars and disfigurement.
We offer a free consultation to discuss your case. Please call 816-307-0056 to discuss your injury with a lawyer at our firm.
Until your injuries heal, you will not know how visible any scars will be or how much they can be minimized through plastic surgery. For this reason, it’s important not to resolve your case until you speak with an experienced Kansas City personal injury attorney.
Our goal as your attorneys is to demand enough compensation to meet your needs both now and in the future. That may include money to pay for a future surgery. You may also need counseling to help you cope with scars that will remain visible even after surgery. Children especially can be traumatized by a scar in a visible area of their body that can lead to teasing at school. Your child may have to live with disfigurement for several years, since doctors may wait until your child is fully grown to perform surgery.
You should never accept an insurance company settlement if you are unsure of how the injury will affect you in the future. Once you accept a settlement, your case is over. You will not be able to go back to the insurance company later and demand more compensation.
To protect your right to the best possible medical treatment for scars and disfigurement, please call our Kansas City personal injury lawyers at 816-307-0056 or contact us online. Our attorneys represent people who are left with scars from injuries suffered in dog bites, car wrecks, fires, and other types of accidents in Missouri and Kansas.
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