Car accidents, slip and falls, workplace injuries, and other unexpected accidents all have the potential to leave the victims with pain and suffering, which can bring their lives to a screeching halt. Some injuries are short-term, while others take a little longer to heal, but there are some injuries that cause pain and discomfort that the victim must endure for the rest of their lives.
You’ve heard the stories: a negligent driver on the road crosses the median and paralyzes an innocent driver, or a property owner neglects to repair a broken staircase that subsequently causes an unsuspecting customer to fall. The victims of these scenarios will likely file a lawsuit against the negligent party to recover compensation for the damage they sustained, but how much should someone be paid for an injury that affects them for their entire life?
It’s a difficult question that even the most experienced legal teams have trouble answering. In most cases, the number is understated, and the victim is given significantly less than they deserve. With medical costs, lost wages, and other expenses looming overhead, the victim can’t afford to sign their name on the dotted line of a lowball compensation offer. They need an ally in their corner to fight for their rightful restitution, and what better ally in your corner than America’s largest personal injury firm?
Morgan & Morgan fights For the People, giving victims who are burdened by pain and suffering an experienced team to help them ensure their voice is heard. If you were involved in an accident that left you with lasting damage, you’re likely wondering, “How much should I get paid for in pain and suffering?” Well, the answer is more than you might expect, and you can give yourself the best possible chance of recovering the fullest extent of your damages by having us on your side.
Read on to learn more about pain and suffering compensation. Or, if you’re ready to join the fight For the People, complete our free, no-obligation case evaluation to get started.