If you spend time around personal injury attorneys, you’ll undoubtedly
hear the term “pain and suffering” at least once. Although
it is a common element of many personal injury claims, many people are
unaware of what pain and suffering actually is – at least in a legal sense.
If you or a loved one have suffered serious injury due to another person’s
negligence, contact the Law Office of James M. Stanley. Since 1976, Attorney
Stanley and his team of Ft. Worth injury attorneys have fought for the
rights of injury victims and their families. Don’t settle for less
than you deserve – call us today.
Have you been hurt in Fort Worth or the surrounding communities? Call (817)
591-4222 to pursue justice.
This is what most people think of when they hear the term pain and suffering.
After suffering an injury, you have the right to pursue compensation for
the physical pain you have endured due to the accident. This not only
includes the pain you have suffered prior to filing the claim, but also
any future pain that doctors anticipate you will experience. The amount
that will be awarded can vary widely, so it is extremely important to
retain a Fort Worth injury lawyer who can build a strong case on your behalf.
Unfortunately, the injuries caused by serious accidents are not restricted
to physical conditions. The mental anguish and emotional distress caused
by an accident can impact your life as much if not more than physical
pain, and you therefore have a right to pursue compensation for this pain
as well. Due to the lack of physical scars, the value of these damages
can vary widely from case to case.
Hold negligent parties accountable for the pain and suffering they cause.
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free case evaluation.