Damages

Damages

Our skilled attorney has many years of experience in proving that our clients’ injuries were not their own fault. He establishes that the defendant is liable and legally responsible for personal injuries incurred. Then he presents evidence of the true extent and harmful effects of the injuries in order to ensure that full damages are paid, including:

• Loss of wages
• Emotional distress
• Pain and suffering
• Permanent disability
• Mental impairment
• Earning capacity impairment
• Loss of profits
• Medical bills
• Interest due from money withheld
• Repair or replacement of property

Statute of Limitations

It is important to realize that a victim has a limited time frame in which he or she can file a personal injury claim. The rules vary from state to state, but generally the victim has between one and three years after the accident occurs to file a claim. In some personal injury cases, the statute of limitations may start the day after the injury was discovered. The statute of limitations against government agencies is shorter – generally only a few months.premises liability, and dangerous drugs. After a certain amount of time has passed, you may no longer be eligible to take action against the party responsible for your injury. Do not let the statute of limitations pass before you file your claim. Contact us today.