Let's be honest. No one expects to get in an accident. While motorists in Virginia and elsewhere may travel by accident sites on a monthly, weekly or even daily basis, most do not believe that it could be them one day. But due to growing distractions and negligence on the roadways, it is now more likely than ever a motorist will be involved in a collision at some point in their life.
For many people that get into a car accident, the days and weeks after the crash see them fall into depression. They may not know what to do or how to address the physical injuries they have suffered, some of which can be mysterious and hard to define -- such as whiplash and traumatic brain injuries (TBI). There can also be significant property damage that can drain a person's finances.