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What is my Claim Worth?
Helping our Clients Assess Claim Value.
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Pain and Suffering Damages

Pain and suffering damages are also sometimes referred to as “non-pecuniary damages” or “non-economic damages”. Pain and suffering damages are intended to compensate injured people for their loss of enjoyment of life.

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Past Wage Loss

Personal injury cases are quantified by the court as of the date of the trial. The trial is usually set years after the injury at a time when it is clear what residual problems an injured person has and how they affect the person’s life

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Future Work Capacity Loss

At the trial of a personal injury case if the plaintiff proves that their injuries are likely to affect their capacity to earn income in the future the plaintiff is entitled to compensation.

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Out of Pocket Expenses

A plaintiff may claim at trial any expense that was necessitated by the injury as long as the court finds the expense was reasonable and due to the injury.

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