Bodily Injury Claims
When individuals involved in automobile accidents are injured by another party’s negligence, the injured party may be able to make a claim for bodily injuries he or she has sustained. The ability to recover compensation for injuries is based on a variety of fact-specific considerations, including the severity of the injury sustained, the length of any pain and suffering incurred as a result of the accident, out-of-pocket expenses, lost earnings, as well as the limits of coverage on the responsible party’s insurance policy. If you have been injured through no fault of your own, contact an experienced personal injury attorney to discuss the facts of your case.
The total amount of compensation or recovery that may be obtained for a bodily injury claim is based on a variety of factors. This means that this process may take some time for an attorney to determine the total value of a claim. You will first need to reach a medical end point, or have sufficiently recovered from an injury, before your possible compensation can be determined Arriving at a medical end point usually means that there are no further improvements are expected in an injured person’s condition, even though he or she may never be able to fully return to their exact physical condition before the accident occurred.
Medical Costs and Bodily Injury Claims