What money could I recover as a settlement for a car accident?
The law allows for you to recover money for a variety of reasons following a car accident due to negligence. Some of the potential damages you may be entitled to include medical expenses, future medical expenses, disfigurement, lost wages, loss of earning capacity, loss of consortium, loss of society and companionship, loss of enjoyment of life, and household services.
If you’ve been injured in an accident by no fault of your own, don’t delay any longer before contacting the New York personal injury lawyers at Lisa Michael and Associates, P.C. to set up your free initial consultation. We’re committed to recovering the best possible settlement for you ijuries and other losses in connection with your accident.
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