Updated: Aug 23
Is it your fault? The other driver's fault? Regardless of who is at fault, people sustain injuries when involved in a car accident. Typically, the at fault drivers' insurance is utilized when repairing a vehicle or getting treatment for injuries that you sustained. But.... if the at fault driver has subpar insurance, or no insurance, you may have to utilize your auto insurance. No problem, that's what insurance is for anyway, right ? You will still get your auto fixed and the healthcare you need but in the end, you probably will have an increased payment when it's time to renew your insurance. Some insurance companies still take this into consideration even if it was not your fault. That is why it is important that you get an attorney that knows how to handle cases like this. I am no lawyer, but having a lawyer to navigate the negotiations with the at fault party and/or your own insurance company can make getting in an accident less of a nuisance then it already is.
If you have been injured in an accident and experiencing headaches, whiplash, neck pain, low back pain, stenosis, chronic pain and live in the Chicagoland area like: Elmhurst, Northlake, Maywood, Melrose Park, Bensenville, Villa Park, Lombard, Oak Brook , Stone Park, Hillside or Westchester, you need to make an appointment at Auto Accident Pain Relief Center of Illinois by calling 800-862-5914, 24/7.