What Compensation Can I Expect from a Personal Injury Settlement

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If you have been injured and filed a personal injury case, you can expect or ask for a wide variety of compensable charges.

Almost any charge or loss that is directly or indirectly related to the injury sustained can be reimbursed, including past and future bills. A personal injury case can help you get a settlement that could change the way you see the future after an injury.

Here are a few common compensable charges:

  •   Loss of earnings
  •   Loss of future earnings
  •   Medical bills
  •   Cost of future medical care
  •   Household expenses
  •   Trauma
  •   Pain and suffering

All of the bills or losses as a result of the accident can be sought after for compensation. Personal injuries can be life-altering, resulting in serious, long-lasting damage that may never go back to the way it was prior. This could mean long-term hospital stays or continuous treatment of expensive medication that you shouldn’t need to pay. Don’t suffer financial loss as a result of someone else’s negligence. Personal injury lawyers are there to help you fight to get the compensation that you deserve in the event of an injury.

Legal Representation That Fights for You

Shlesinger & deVilleneuve is a law firm with years of experience arguing on behalf of personal injury cases. Personal injuries can be complicated, stressful, and tedious to argue for, depending on the case that you have at the time. We have experience dealing with all manner of personal injuries to help you get the most out of your personal injury case. We can also talk to you about social security disability, how to qualify, and what would be the best course of action if you were seriously injured. You can contact us for a free evaluation of your case today. Don’t let a personal injury tie you down financially and cause lasting damage to your family.

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