Right off the bat, most personal injury plaintiffs want to know how much they're going to receive for their car accident lawsuit. This is understandable. We're all human after all, and we have a lot of different financial obligations. If you're suffering from injuries after an accident, you have even more financial obligations related to medical bills and you might not be able to work, so your income has vanished.
Most people can't afford to pay for medical care without the assistance of a good insurance policy to pay for the lion's share of the costs. This can be a serious problem for anyone who isn't lucky enough to have medical insurance – and that's why the successful pursuit of a personal injury claim after an injurious car accident is particularly important for the uninsured.
It can be nerve racking knowing that you may be sharing the road with a 16 year-old-driver who lacks the experience of responsible driving. Situations with inexperienced drivers increasingly become dangerous when they are driving during inclement weather or have a car load of their friends with them. These dangers are on top of what we already fear from a teenage driver, that they may be engaged with their phone and not paying attention to the road.