You have heard “pain and suffering” being thrown around as
a descriptor of the kind of damages you can claim in your personal injury
case but are likely unaware of what constitutes pain and suffering in
the legal sense. As a victim of an injury due to no fault of your own,
you have rights to demand compensation from the responsible party. This
means your case will pursue financial reimbursement for various expenses,
including your medical bills, any time you took off work or could not
work, and other damages including pain and suffering.
The state of Texas assigns pain and suffering as an umbrella term to cover
a number of emotional and mental damages, including the pain, trauma,
stress, and strain your injuries caused you and your loved ones. Pain
and suffering also addresses if the injuries were so severe they inhibit
your ability to enjoy hobbies or perform simple personal tasks. While
you cannot place a tangible price on making up for what you went through,
you can make moving on from this trauma easier than not.
Under Texas law, you are entitled to financial compensation for various
examples of pain and suffering, including:
- Disfigurement or physical impairment
- Loss of enjoyment
- Loss of companionship
- Loss of consortium
- Physical and emotional pain
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