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If you are dealing with the aftermath of personal injury, you already know that the recovery process comes with unique difficulties, stressors, traumas, and complexities.
From the outset, personal injuries are often severe and may require invasive procedures such as surgeries. Afterward, they often require lengthy recovery periods, which may not even get you back to where you were before your accident/injury occurred. You may be left with permanent disabilities and conditions like chronic pain and neuropathy. You may not have the range of mobility and independence you had before, and you may be left unable to fully enjoy the things you love quite as much as you used to.
Personal injury can also have a more extensive financial and economic impact. The medical care, treatment, rehab, and ongoing maintenance regimen often required for personal injury survivors can be outrageously expensive. While some survivors may have some of their costs covered by insurance, coverage is not a given: insurance companies—which function as for-profit businesses—strenuously resist covering costs whenever possible. As a result, almost all personal injury survivors are left with some degree of medical debt.