- another driver;
- an automotive parts dealer; or
- a mechanic who worked on your car and installed faulty parts that caused the accident, which led to your concussion.
- medical bills;
- pain and suffering;
- loss of income; and
- property damage.
It's common to develop any of the following symptoms if you have a concussion:
- extreme drowsiness;
- memory loss;
- unconsciousness; and
- the appearance of flashing lights.
- uneven pupils;
- difficulty walking;
- muscle weakness;
- persistent vomiting; and
- extreme confusion.
Besides cognitive difficulties, you may also experience heightened anxiety and irritability. If you suffer from any of these difficulties, you should share this with your personal injury attorney, who will use this information when placing a fair value on your claim.
Contact an Ankeny Personal Injury Attorney
Don’t suffer from the effects of your Ankeny car accident alone. Contact a personal injury attorney at Walker, Billingsley & Bair. Our firm can answer any questions you may have and will work with you to help you claim the compensation you deserve.
An Iowa personal injury attorney is knowledgeable of all types of injury laws and they are your best bet when dealing with the effects of a concussion. Schedule a consultation and order our FREE book for Iowa accident victims, The Legal Insider’s Guide to Iowa Car Accidents: 7 Secrets to Not Wreck Your Case, by calling (888) 435-9886.