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    Personal Injury

    The procedure of getting our clients personal injury compensation varies, depending upon the circumstances and factual evidence related to the accident or the type of bodily injury the victim has sustained. Before you file for a claim or lawsuit, and hire one of our licensed attorneys, a range of factors should be taken into consideration: mechanism of the injury, severity of damage caused to the property, and other pre-existing damages. This will help lawyers to chalk out a legitimate and accurate report of the case and increase the chance of getting the maximum compensation.


    See the below mentioned common types of personal injury compensation that you should know about:

    Physical Pain and Suffering: The compensation is based on the severity of suffering and physical pain one has endured due to someone else’s negligence.

    Loss of Consortium: Loss of consortium action is a standalone claim extended to the victim's whose spouse was seriously injured and cannot have normal marital relationship.

    Loss of Enjoyment and Quality of Life: A personal injury compensation can be filed when a victim of an accident experiences a determental lifestyle due to his/her inability to do sports, exercise, or play an instrument.

    Emotional Distress: Individuals, who personally experience emotional trauma and distress, may hire a personal injury lawyer to put forth before the court of law. Emotional distress may be exhibited by feelings of humiliation, depression, self-distructive thoughts, anxiety, fear, sleep patterns disturbances and nightmares.

    Rehabilitation and Medical Bill Assistance: This is the most commonly filed personal injury compensation where the medical bill incurred and the ones anticipated in the future are included. From X-rays, surgeries,to the cost of medicines, everything is covered by the compensation based on the severity of the injury.

    Loss of Income: Injuries sustained in an accident can have far-reaching consequences. The injury or the time needed for recovery may prevent the victims from working or affect their capacity to earn. One immersed in medical facilities or recuperating at home may generally need some sort of compensation for the unproductive time tconsuming to retrieve.

    Preparations Required Before Making an Accident Claim:

    Try to reach out to an experienced personal injury attorney immediately after the accident. However, on a personal level some measures can be taken to make your case more certain.

    Consult your attorney prior to opening an insurance claim in order to construct it extremely beneficial for you. The insurance companies and their claim adjusters help to figure out a fair settlement to give you full reimbursement of the losses you incurred.

    Avoid giving a recorded statement to an insurance company unless you consult your personal injury attorney. This will prevent you from providing others with information that might hamper your case.

    Keep a record of all the medical bills and receipt of the expenses related to your accident to present avertments in the court of law.

    Maintain a journal or a diary to record or keep notes of your mental and emotional health.

    Obtain a detailed police report if the accident was registered by a police officer.

    Make notes of the physical pain and suffering you have to endure every day.

    Make notes of the physical pain and suffering you have to endure every day.