There being no simple answer, the answer is - probably. Many factors need to be addressed. Schedule a meeting with your present attorney asap. Some people mistakenly assume they should not inform their present attorney.
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Yes -- talk to a personal injury attorney about these mattes.
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Most likely yes. The fact of the matter is that you need to consult with your current motor vehicle attorney to review the facts of your case and advise you further given your recent injuries.
First, do not be concerned. This is a common issue and a good attorney will know how to manage the situation. If you have an attorney I would let that attorney know right away. If you don't I would definitely speak with one because a lot depends on how the next few weeks and months are managed. Many factors are important. Your attorney and your medical providers will need to know how you were feeling before, how you are feeling now, and whether there are medical examinations or imaging studies that can assist in evaluating the issue. Again, no need to worry. This happens all the time. But it is certainly not something you should deal with alone.
It really depends on the type and severity of injuries and length of treatment. However, the short answer is that yes both cases may be affected in some way. If you don't have an attorney for one or both of these cases you need to get one as soon as you can and make sure these two cases are handled in a way most advantageous to you. I or any of the other Avvo contributors would be happy to provide a free consultation.
Anything is possible. You need to alert your current attorney about the more recent accident. Your attorney will know how to handle the situation..
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An insurance company will Look at your injuries just prior to the accident and then will look at your injuries after the new accident and will evaluate your claim based in what they find was caused by the new accident. You really need to hire an attorney to help you with these issues. I noticed that Ryan Anderson answered your question and he is a great attorney who will help you with all your needs.
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