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What can you recover from your car accident claim?

On Behalf of | Jul 25, 2023 | Personal Injury |

The physical, emotional, and financial impact of a car accident can be tremendous, threatening to undermine your stability and your future.

Although that can be incredibly stressful to think about, you shouldn’t let it paralyze you into inaction. After all, if your wreck was caused by someone else’s negligence, then you might be able to recover the compensation that you need to offset your damages.

What damages can your recover from your claim?

The answer to this question is fact specific, but there are some general categories that you can focus on as you build your case. Here are some of the biggest and most important types of damages that you’ll want to try to prove:

  • Medical expenses, which includes both those that have been incurred as well as those that you anticipate and that are deemed necessary moving forward.
  • Rehabilitation costs that are necessary to further your recovery.
  • Incurred and anticipated lost wages.
  • Lost earnings capacity, which is typically tied to how your accident injuries have placed limitations on your ability to advance in your profession.
  • Pain and suffering.
  • Disfigurement, which can include amputation or scarring.
  • Loss of enjoyment of life, which can be shown by how your injuries have restricted your ability to engage in the activities that you love.

As you can see, there’s a lot that you might be able to recover from your car accident claim. You’ll just need to be thorough as you build your case, ensuring that you have clear evidence that speaks to each.

Leave no stone unturned in your case

Although a personal injury lawsuit might provide you with the relief that you need, there’s no guarantee that you’ll win your case. So, if you’re ready to enter the legal arena and fight for what you deserve, then now is the time to start analyzing the facts of your case and gathering the evidence that you need to support your legal arguments.