There are many possible damages available to you after getting hurt in an accident caused by someone else’s negligence. These can include direct expenses, such as medical bills you’ve already received, but might also include other damages like pain and suffering.
“Pain and suffering” is one of the most complicated aspects of a personal injury claim to review. It can also be very frustrating as a victim because you recognize that your life has been substantially changed by this accident but don't understand what this means for you in terms of potential benefits awarded to you in an insurance settlement. It is imperative that you consult with experienced attorneys like Morgan & Morgan when trying to determine the answer to the question, “How do insurance companies determine pain and suffering?”
While the physical pain you're experiencing can be overwhelming, you might also be eligible for damages for pain and suffering. To walk through the specifics of your case, you can contact Morgan & Morgan online for a free, no-obligation case evaluation