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Setting up a guardianship after a car crash

Setting up a guardianship after a car crash

On Behalf of | Jul 28, 2018 | Guardianships

There are a number of situations in which people decide to set up a guardianship, such as someone who is no longer able to take care of themselves due to an age-related condition or a mental disability. However, some people can find themselves in this position unexpectedly and with no warning. For example, someone may be struck by a drunk driver and seriously hurt. In fact, the injuries they sustain in a car accident may completely derail their life, such as those who are in a coma. If one of your loved ones is going through this, moving forward with guardianship may be helpful.

The emotional pain that people experience during these circumstances can be incredibly overwhelming and make one feel like giving up. However, it is crucial to stay focused and do all you can to provide your loved one with the care they need. This may include becoming a guardian to ensure that they receive the care they need, which may take many forms. For example, you may be able to help them with day-to-day issues related to a lack of mobility and protect them financially also. There are a wide variety of factors that you may need to consider before moving ahead with guardianship, but this option has helped many families in similar situations.

Unfortunately, reckless drivers and others who show no regard for the safety of innocent people will continue to cause these hardships in the years ahead. Visit our guardianships page to read more about the guardianship process.

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