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What are pain and suffering damages in a car crash case?

The effects of a car accident are far reaching. Some people focus on only the actual injuries; however, this isn't the only thing that the person who is in the accident will face. The pain and suffering associated with these accidents is something that can impact them. For this reason, pain and suffering damages are sometimes included in lawsuits for car accident injuries.

What is included in pain and suffering?

The pain and suffering damages in a claim for compensation include money for the physical pain a person suffers, a potentially shortened lifespan, loss of companionship, loss of enjoyment of life, disfigurement and emotional distress. The exact amount that a person seeks for pain and suffering will depend on the exact injuries and recovery that the person is going through.

What are some of the factors that might affect the pain and suffering compensation?

While each case is different, the severity of the injuries and the recovery time that a person is going to have to battle through can have an impact. Any scarring and the location of the scarring might affect this point. In some cases, the way that the effects of the accident will impact the person for his or her remaining days can come into the picture.

It is important that each of these points is considered carefully when you are seeking compensation. Knowing the possible multipliers and other points that you should take into account when coming up with total amounts is crucial. You should be sure that you also take any legal limits into account when you are trying to determine pain and suffering damages.

Source: FindLaw, "Car Accident Pain and Suffering Damages," accessed Jan. 02, 2017

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