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A car accident can change your life. You can end up with expensive medical bills, your car needing to be fixed and lost income from missing work. The insurance company will try to settle your claim for the lowest possible amount.
My number one goal is to bring you justice. I understand how a car accident can change one’s life, and I will fight to protect your interests and get you the reparations you deserve.
Slip and Falls
Falls can cause serious, long-lasting injury. In fact, if you fell because of a dangerous condition on property owned by a business, we can help you seek compensation for your injuries from the property owner.
Compensatory Damages in Personal Injury Cases
Most personal injury damages are classified as “compensatory,” meaning that they are intended to compensate the injured plaintiff for what was lost due to the accident or injury. A compensatory damages award is meant to make the injured plaintiff “whole” again from a monetary standpoint (to the extent that’s possible).
Here’s a list of the different types of compensatory damages that are common in many personal injury cases.
- Medical treatment. A personal injury damages award almost always includes the cost of medical care associated with the accident — reimbursement for treatment you’ve already received and compensation for the estimated cost of medical care you’ll need in the future because of the accident.
- Income. You may be entitled to compensation for the accident’s impact on your salary and wages — not just income you’ve already lost but also the money you would have been able to make in the future, were it not for the accident. In personal injury legal terms, a damage award based on future income is characterized as compensation for an accident victim’s “loss of earning capacity.”
- Property loss. If any vehicles, clothing, or other items were damaged as a result of the accident, you’ll likely be entitled to reimbursement for repairs or compensation for the fair market value of the property that was lost.