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Auto accident may lead to injuries and economic damages

| Sep 3, 2015 | Car Accidents, Firm News

Connecticut car accidents can cause life-changing injuries to people of all ages and to both passengers and to drivers. Unfortunately, these injuries may negatively impact an individual’s quality of life; for example, it may keep a person from being able to go back to work for a time. An attorney can help those who have suffered injuries in an auto accident to take legal action against the party deemed responsible for the accident.

The value of a vehicle accident claim is different for each accident and person. Multiple non-economic and economic losses may be suffered. Non-economic damages might include disability, physical injury, pain and suffering and life expectancy. Meanwhile, economic damages may include property damages, medical expenses and lost wages.

It is difficult to pinpoint how long an injured person’s case will take. This is because it is important to know what the claim’s value will be, and this cannot be calculated until the victim has reached his or her improvement peak. At this time is when the individual’s future physical state can be determined.

Those who have been hurt in vehicle crashes in Connecticut are advised to contact an experienced lawyer right away, as the attorney can then work to collect the evidence required to build a plaintiff’s case. With the help of a personal injury attorney, an auto accident victim may successfully seek maximum compensation for covering both non-economic and economic damages. Monetary compensation may make it easier for a victim to move forward with his or her life while feeling as financially secure as possible.



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