How Are Pain and Suffering Claims Calculated? More Inside
Physical injury isn’t the only thing one can recover compensation for when it comes to personal injury lawsuits; the psychological ramifications that surround these injuries can last even longer than the injuries themselves, and as such, must be compensated for so that the victim’s life can be made whole again. Pain and suffering, and mental anguish are two of the non-tangible injuries that one can recover damages for, and in this post, we’ll take a look at how they are determined, as well as a typical dollar value that one can expect. That said, someone else’s negligence qualifies you for compensation as long as you can show that were it not for their actions, you wouldn’t have suffered your injuries. In these types of case, stellar and experienced legal help is what you need, and we’re here for you, every step of the way.
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Emotional Pain and Suffering – Is It Worse Than Physical Pain?
Physical pain is given precedence over emotional pain, because it is tangible as well as due to the fact that its origins can be sussed out e.g. a broken arm. However, emotional pain and suffering is just as important, as it can prevent you from enjoying or participating in life fully. Emotional pain can lead to PTSD which can then prevent you from being as social as you used to be, which can then lower your quality of life, especially if you were extraverted.
In mediation, during deposition or in a courtroom, the following can prove pain and suffering:
- A journal you kept detailing your emotional state
- Doctor’s slips for psychological therapy
- Statements, signed and dated from people that know you
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Insurance companies will offer up a reasonable amount for pain and suffering claims, and this is usually arrived at via the use of computer programs, multipliers or a per diem method. A fair amount if usually one that will reflect how long you will have to live with the fallout of your injuries, whether minor or catastrophic. We realize that all of this may be difficult to understand, which is why we’d like to ask you to give us a call NOW at (773) 823-0298 so we can speak at depth and at NO COST regarding your legal options for compensation. Thanks, and we look forward to helping you.