March 08, 2017
Personal injury claims exist to compensate accident victims for the expenses they have or will incur due to their injuries. The majority of that compensation will pertain to the medical treatment they receive. That’s relatively easy to calculate. After all, hospitals and medical professionals usually keep pretty good records and are almost never shy about sending you a bill for their services. But what about the other costs of your accident—those less tangible things that don’t come in bill form?
An equal component to the financial burden a car accident causes is the physical pain you experience due to your recovery. What about the hours of painful physical therapy you must endure to regain mobility and lost strength? What about the loss of social ties or depression that result from being incapacitated? Although not expenses from a financial standpoint, these hardships take a significant toll on your quality of life, and we believe you should be compensated for them.
That’s why at Stewart & Stewart, we consider pain and suffering for every accident case we handle. Getting you the compensation you deserve is more than recovering expenses; it’s about recovering your quality of life, and we’ll fight to ensure you do.
If you’ve been injured, call our experienced Indiana car accident attorneys today for your free consultation. We’re ready to fight for the compensation you deserve, so you and your family can put this accident behind you. Contact us today.