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What types of damages are available in a personal injury claim?

Personal injury legal protections are available to help hold negligent drivers accountable for causing car accidents and for the harm they cause. Personal injury legal protections also help ensure injured victims receive the help they need to focus on the recovery and healing process.

Car accident victims should be familiar with the different types of damages a personal injury claim can help them recover after they have been injured in a car accident. It is no secret that car accidents can be costly physically, financially and emotionally for victims, which is why they should be familiar with personal injury protections and the personal injury legal process. It is designed to help victims recover compensation for their physical, financial and emotional damages through a personal injury claim for damages.

Victims injured in a car accident may be able to recover compensation for their time away from work recovering in the form of lost wages and lost-earning capacity damages if their earning capacity is diminished by the injuries they suffered. In addition, car accident victims may also be able to recover compensation for their medical expenses and future medical care they may need to fully recover. Victims may also be able to recover compensation for the emotional trauma they suffered in a car accident, including for loss of enjoyment of life and pain and suffering damages.

Car accident victims may need to live with the physical and financial impact, as well as the trauma, of a car accident for the rest of their lives. Because of that reality, it is essential for them to be familiar with personal injury legal protections following an unexpected car accident.

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