Personal injuries can occur from almost any type of situation. Whether you’re driving, shopping, or doing any other daily activity, a personal injury can occur anywhere. If you or a loved one has been injured due to another person’s negligence, you should hire a personal injury attorney to assess your case right away. Here is a look at damages that can be claimed in a personal injury case:
When you talk to a personal injury lawyer about your case, the first step will be to determine the damages you’re owed to compensate for your or your loved one’s injury. Monetary damages can include medical bills and lost wages from the accident. Your personal injury attorney will guide you through understanding the monetary compensation you should seek in your claim.
If you or a loved one experienced an injury, it is likely that your physical property could have been damaged as well. Whether you were involved in a car accident or injured by a defective product, any damages to your property should also be included in your claim. Talk to your personal injury attorney about what physical property may be relevant to your case.
Personal injury claims also include any psychological damages you or your loved one incurred due to the injury. This includes effect on your ability to live normally day-to-day and the effect the injury had on your family and friends. Pain and suffering claims can often result in you getting the compensation you truly deserve, which is why it’s important to discuss your psychological damages with your personal injury attorney.
If you or a loved one has been injured, you’re entitled to much more than a basic settlement. The personal injury attorneys at the Law Office of D. Hardison Wood in Cary are here to help assess your case and fight for every penny you deserve. Call (919) 238-4668 for a free case evaluation today!
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