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Permanent Scarring from South Dakota Car Wrecks


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4/4/2011
Zimmer, Duncan & Cole
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Scarring and disfigurement are some of the most difficult injuries that anyone can sustain in a car accident. Scarring and disfigurement stick with you for the rest of your life, serving as a constant reminder of your wreck every time you look in the mirror.

Scarring and disfigurement in car wrecks can happen as a result of any number of events. These include:

  • Going through the windshield;
  • Sliding on the pavement;
  • Dangerous chemicals;
  • Car fires;
  • Airbag deployment;
  • And more.

If your car crash was caused by a negligent driver who may have been drunk, drowsy, or distracted when behind the wheel, the long-term effects of your scarring or disfigurement can be that much harder to accept. You have to pay for the consequences of someone else's poor choices, even if you did nothing wrong.

Fortunately, state personal injury laws afford you the legal right to recover damages from these negligent drivers. The financial compensation that you may be able to receive as a result can cover your medical bills, ongoing care or physical therapy, missed time at work, permanent losses, and more.

However, the insurance company probably won't just write you a check for the amount you deserve. Instead, it will fight you for every penny, using every trick and tactic in the book to leave you with as little as possible. You need an aggressive car accident attorney to protect your best interests.

Call the car accident lawyers of Zimmer, Duncan & Cole today at (877) 789-5238 to learn more about legal representation in these cases. We have helped many residents of South Dakota in similar situations, and can give you the guidance and protection that you need.



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