Seek and Recover Compensation
If you or someone you love has been injured by another’s wrongdoing, you will likely be eligible to seek and recover compensation for your losses. Because of the complexity of personal injury cases, however, it is important to have the legal guidance of an experienced, highly-qualified attorney to ensure you obtain the maximum compensation you are entitled to.
Recoverable Compensation May Include:
Financial damages, including:
- Medical/ hospital expenses
- Costs of any necessary medical devices
- Costs of long-term treatment programs if necessary for recovery
- Cost of hiring someone to clean and maintain the injured party’s house while debilitated
- Lost wages if the injury prevents you from pursuing your normal course of employment
- Funeral and burial costs in cases involving wrongful death
Physical damages, including:
- Temporary or permanent physical pain
- Physical disfigurement (i.e. permanent scarring from burn injuries)
- Permanent disabilities (i.e. loss of limbs)
- Development of debilitating illnesses following exposure to toxic chemicals
Emotional damages, including:
- Mental anguish
- Emotional suffering
- Decreased quality of life
- Inability to engage in normal social activities
- Loss of companionship in wrongful death cases
How to Recover Compensation
If you or a loved one has sustained a serious personal injury, the first thing you need to do is contact an attorney to discuss the unique circumstances of your case. A skilled injury attorney will thoroughly evaluate the details of the injury to determine the cause and who is at fault. After fault is determined, an attorney will build a case against the defendants and fight aggressively to ensure you recover the compensation you need and deserve.
How Much Compensation Will I Get?
The amount of compensation awarded in an injury case will depend on several factors, including:
- The type and severity of injury
- The circumstances of the accident
- How the case is settled (settlement or formal lawsuit)
Who Qualifies to Seek and Recover Compensation for Wrongful Death?
When an individual dies as the result of another’s intentional harm, recklessness or negligence, his or her family members may qualify to seek compensation via a wrongful death case. Compensation may include outstanding medical bills, funeral and burial costs and emotional pain and suffering. Depending on the circumstances, plaintiffs may also be able to recover compensation for lost economic and emotional support.
Find Out If You Qualify To Seek Compensation
If you or a loved one has suffered a personal injury, contact us to see if you qualify to seek compensation for your losses. In a private, free consultation, we will discuss the circumstances of your accident and determine the best way to pursue your claim.
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