Being on vacation in Honolulu, the last thing you want is to deal with an injury. Unfortunately, car crashes can happen anywhere. As you were taking a tour, your guide lost control, and you ended up with significant injuries. Now, you’re in a hospital with limited access to anything you wanted to do in Hawaii.
While you have been able to get medical care, you know that this has hindered your enjoyment of your vacation. You also don’t know if you’ll be able to return to work quickly or if you will need to take time off for recovery. It’s hard to deal with a personal injury at any time, but since you’re out of your home state, it’s even more complicated to deal with.
If you’re hurt in another state, it’s a good idea to talk to someone who understands what it’s like to get hurt on vacation. Your attorney will help you review all evidence in the case and take time to understand how you’ve been impacted. It may be important to you to hold the other party responsible for the errors that led to your injuries, and that’s what your attorney can do for you while you continue to focus on healing.
If you cannot travel back home right away, you may need to add this to your personal injury claim. Your expenses, like medical expenses, hotel costs and ambulance fees, may all be covered by the responsible party. It’s your right to pursue a claim and to seek a fair amount of compensation to get you through this difficult situation.