Accidental injuries are unexpected, unplanned, and stressful. If you have been involved in an incident that resulted in an injury, if it happened to your loved one, you already know an accidental injury leads to physical and emotional concerns. However, it’s not just physical recovery and emotional rest that follows an injury. Victims also end up stressed out about the financial repercussions as well.

Medical Bills

An injury means doctor visits, follow up appointments, xrays or other scans, outpatient therapy sessions, and even overnights in a hospital. These bills arrive quickly and the person who was injured is now tasked to pay a lot of money. Fortunately, if you work with a personal injury attorney, you can rest a bit easier knowing your attorney will advocate for your best interests with the insurance company. This communication can lead to quicker payment schedules to medical institutions and can cut out the paperwork and frustration on your end.

Missed Work Days

Even minor injuries can lead to missed workdays, which means people involved in an incident can use up sick days at work if they are fortunate enough to have them. Missing income causes major emotional stress, and if your injury stretches missed workdays from weeks to months, it can be disastrous. Choosing to work with an experienced personal injury attorney can be a wise decision; your attorney can connect you with resources as well as advocate for your compensation to include money for missed work.


If your injury stemmed from a vehicle accident, you may be struggling to find funds to purchase a new vehicle. Replacing your vehicle can be stressful, even with an insurance payout.

If you have been involved in an incident that resulted in an accidental injury that was not your fault, you don’t have to recover alone. Choose to work with the team at O’Brien Law. Our unique expertise in working with insurance companies makes us the ideal partner to advocate for your best outcome. Call our office today to tell us more about your situation.