Personal injury cases are difficult for victims of crashes to handle because it adds more things for them to think about on top of the impacts of the injury and normal life events. If you were injured in a car accident, you have to decide what you are going to do now.
One option that you have is to cover the costs of the accident yourself and just try to forget that it ever existed. Many people don't choose this option because it means that they have to deal with the financial burden.
You also have the option of accepting what the insurance will cover and then covering the rest on your own. This can also lead to you having to deal with the financial impact of the crash. Insurance coverage might be sufficient for minor injuries, but it might not be suitable for severe or catastrophic injuries that will require long-term medical care or that impact your life considerably.
Third, you can turn to the person who caused the crash and demand that they provide e. This is done with a personal injury lawsuit, which is filed in civil court. We can help you to get the information for your case together so that you can move forward with the process.
Make sure that you don't think about the options too long. Illinois has specific laws that set time limits for these types of cases. If you allow the time limit to bypass you, there won't be anything you can do about your injuries or the damages they caused.