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Motor vehicle collisions can derail victims’ lives in numerous ways, whether they suffer serious injuries or have a hard time paying medical expenses. Sometimes, these challenges can have an impact on other aspects of life, such as one’s ability to continue working in a particular field. For example, someone who is employed in the construction industry may need to find a job that is less physically demanding as a result of car crash injuries. Our law firm understands how stressful and frustrating it can be to lose the ability to work in a certain field, especially for accident victims who are facing other challenges.

Aside from being forced to work in another field due to an injury, some people simply start working or were planning on finding a new position right after the accident occurred. Some people may also be involved in a crash while trying to adjust to a new job, which may increase the chances of a crash due to fatigue brought on by working an unusual shift or driving in an area that one is unfamiliar with. We understand how hard it can be to deal with the stressors associated with starting a job, especially when someone is dealing with the consequences of a car collision.

In some instances, people are not able to find work in any field because of the injuries they sustained in an accident. If you have lost your ability to work because of a negligent driver, this issue should not be ignored if you have decided to take legal action.