No one expects to leave their home and to get hurt. When you were involved in a crash, you had been on the way to the movies to meet a date. You weren't thinking about the fact that it was later at night or that people might have been drinking and driving. Your only thoughts were about getting to see your date and having a good night together.
Unfortunately, that night didn't end the way you expected it to. Instead, you found yourself waking up in an overturned vehicle. You felt groggy and weren't sure what happened. The next thing you knew, you were in a hospital bed miles away from the scene being treated for severe injuries.
Car crashes often result in significant injuries. Sometimes, they can be life-threatening or fatal. For people who survive severe crashes like yours, there is always a chance that they'll be left with lasting disabilities or chronic pain.
Your primary concern right now should be focusing on your recovery. It might be hard to focus on that when you think about the bills that need to be paid or the work that you were supposed to be doing, but it is essential that you follow your medical team's treatment plan and work to get better.
In the meantime, your attorney will work to negotiate for a fair settlement on your behalf. That way, you'll be able to focus on your own health instead of worrying about talking to insurance agents or others involved in the case. Your attorney will make sure you understand the settlement offers and help you determine if they're right for your situation.