Can You Get Damages for Permanent Disabilities from Accidents?
Your personal injury compensation must fully compensate you for all of the injuries that you suffered in an accident. Financial compensation from an accident is both backward and forward-looking. You must consider what the future holds when you are seeking personal injury compensation. The defendant has an obligation to put you in the same position as if the accident never happened, including paying for permanent disabilities.
Permanent disabilities will lead to a number of different types of damages that will continue to impact your life in the future. Some of these disabilities could keep you from working again or prevent you from doing the type and amount of work that you did before the injury. In addition, you may continue to experience pain and suffering indefinitely as you deal with the effects of your injuries.
You Must Be Paid in Full for All Your Damages
The defendant must pay you for all the damages that they caused, even if you have not suffered the full effects of them yet. Before you file a claim for compensation, it is vital to know your exact medical diagnosis and whether your injuries are permanent. You only have one chance to recover financial compensation for your injuries. If you do not understand that the damages are permanent when you settle your claim, you may leave a lot of money on the table. At the same time, the insurance company will not pay you for damages that they cannot clearly see from the diagnosis.
Call a Beverly Hills Personal Injury Lawyer
The team at Jalilvand Law will work with you to establish your exact damages before we act on your behalf. To schedule your no-risk free consultation, contact us online today. We know how to protect your rights after a truck crash.