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Damages 101: Compensation in Personal Injury Cases

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The end goal of any personal injury lawsuit is justice for the wrong committed against you. That justice is meted out by financial compensation. That compensation in the legal sphere is referred to as “damages.” Whether you’ve been injured as a result of a slip and fall, an auto accident, medical malpractice, a burning… Read More »

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What is a Personal Injury Case Really Worth?

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Personal injury lawsuits can vary widely. Whether it’s a slip and fall incident, a car crash, a fall that causes a traumatic brain injury or a workplace mishap, the facts and circumstances of each case will foretell how much a plaintiff may receive in compensation. How can you decipher how much a potential personal… Read More »

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Damages in Personal Injury Cases

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When reading or hearing about a personal injury case, you generally hear the term “damages” or that someone received so much money in “damages”. But what exactly are damages? There are many different kinds of damages depending on the type of case, where the case is being tried at, and sometimes individual circumstances of… Read More »

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Types of Damages in a Personal Injury Case

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The decision to file a personal injury claim may be complicated. Depending on the type of accident and injuries involved, however, filing a claim for negligence against a perpetrator may be the only way to be compensated for a victim’s injuries. A claim for negligence is usually filed when a victim is injured because… Read More »

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