What Are The Types Of Personal Injury Damages?
Our Connecticut personal injury lawyers and car accident attorneys are dedicated to fighting for the rights of the injured in every way possible, always identifying each type of injury and loss. Having to suffer in pain and deal with daily discomfort at the harmful hands and negligence of someone else should never be ignored. Take action and put the Power of Perkins to work for you.
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Understand The Personal Injury Damages You May Expect To Recover
After suffering an injury due to the actions and negligence of another person, driver or entity, accident injury victims deserve results and compensation for their losses. When you or a loved one has suffered harmful injuries due to an accident caused by someone else, you may be able to file a personal injury lawsuit and recover damages.
Depending on the type of accident, someone who has been injured may be eligible for damages including:
- Medical expenses
- Replacement or repair of damaged property
- Lost wage replacement
- Lost business opportunities
- Mental anguish and related emotional impact
- Pain and suffering
Compensation for medical expenses may encompass ambulance services, emergency room treatment, hospitalizations, surgeries, doctor visits and medications. Assessing property damage may require appraisal and a review of policy terms. Lost wages and lost business opportunities may both be compensable. Emotional losses and physical pain may be accounted for through punitive damages in many cases.
A review of your accident report, medical reports, financial records, economic factors, personal testimonies and other evidence may all go into determining the types and total dollar amount of personal injury damages for which you may be eligible. For best results, work with an experienced, dedicated plaintiff’s attorney who will listen carefully, pay attention to detail and construct powerful arguments on your behalf.