What Are the Psychological Effects of a Car Accident?

Car Accidents and Mental Health | Hauptman, O'Brien, Wolf and Lathrop

Note: If you are struggling with your mental health, we encourage you to reach out to your healthcare provider or SAMHSA’s National Helpline. Car accidents affect people in many different ways. There are, of course, the physical effects. Accidents can cause broken bones, burns, lacerations, and other life-altering injuries. Then there are the psychological effects. […]

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Neck and Back Pain After a Rear-End Accident

Injuries After a Rear-End Crash | Hauptman, O'Brien, Wolf and Lathrop

Auto accidents can lead to multiple types of devastating injuries, from traumatic brain injuries and broken bones to burns and organ damage. Many of these injuries are acute, causing severe pain and requiring immediate medical attention. Other injuries, however, are not immediately apparent. They may take time to manifest and become an issue. Often – […]

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What to Do After an Accident with an Uninsured Driver

Steps After an Uninsured Driver Accident | Hauptman, O'Brien, Wolf and Lathrop

Nebraska requires drivers to carry certain types and minimum amounts of car insurance coverage. Unfortunately, many drivers do not obey the law, operating motor vehicles without the mandated car insurance. An estimated 97,000 drivers in Nebraska are uninsured. For this reason, it is crucial to know what to do if you are in an accident […]

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What Is the Average Pain and Suffering Payout for a Car Accident?

Pain and Suffering Damages After an Accident | Hauptman, O'Brien, Wolf and Lathrop

In car accident cases, some damages – that is, what you can recover in compensation – are easier to calculate than others. Economic damages tend to be the most straightforward. These damages include medical bills, lost wages, and loss of earning capacity. The most difficult type of damages to calculate, on the other hand, are […]

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