Attorney Bradley Holuta: What is pain and suffering and what is it worth in an injury case?
Pain is suffering is the term the law gives to the intangible type of losses they might experience as result of an accident, if they’re having symptoms that are painful such as headaches, impaired vision, vertigo, nausea, things of that nature.
They might have pain in their neck or back or other areas of their body that impact their ability to do the things they once did such as work in their job, take care of things around the house, spend time with their family or friends, recreational activities like boating, football, activities with the children or grandchildren.
All of these things are under the term pain and suffering that they’re entitled to recover if they’ve been in an auto accident or any type of accident.
If they have any questions of what their claim may be worth or what they’re entitled to, please call our office. We’d be happy to speak with them.
Marcus & Mack