A motor vehicle accident can be terrifying. Dealing with insurance and potential medical bills only add to the stress of the event.
Your commute to work yesterday took a turn for the worst when you were rear-ended by a distracted driver. This type of accident is quickly becoming one of the most common kinds of car wrecks. People are multitasking while behind the wheel. They are checking their emails, texting, and making calls while they drive.
If you are like most people, you have heard the term "pain and suffering" before, and you know that it applies to personal injury law, but you might not know exactly what it means or how it applies. We are going to answer those questions for you today.