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Ask an Attorney: Damages You're Owed

If you weren't injured after an accident, if you didn't have property damaged, or if you didn't miss any work, you might not be eligible for a personal injury claim. But this is highly unlikely, as even a simple slip and fall could lead to broken limbs and serious bruises. People in car crashes could be entitled to even higher damages.

There are many types of damages you might be entitled to if you were injured due to someone else's negligence. Some damages include, but are not limited to: The cost of your medical bills, any lost wages, the cost for future lost wages if your life is permanently affected, any damage done to your property, and even pain and suffering if your injuries were severe enough.

Fortunately, an attorney can help you determine what damages you are eligible for in a personal injury claim. We asked a legal expert, attorney Alaina Sullivan, for her input on various matter regarding fault. Continue below to learn more about when you may be entitled to benefits:

Most damages, particularly pain and suffering, can be exceptionally difficult to calculate without the assistance of a personal injury attorney. If you are going to file a claim against insurance or another party, you will need the help of a personal injury attorney to determine exactly how much you might be qualified for.

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