What Can Be Recovered in Personal Injury Claims?

Suffering serious or catastrophic injuries in an accident can happen to anyone. As such, it’s in your best interest to know what to do following such an incident in order to protect your rights.

To increase your chances of recovering maximum possible compensation, it’s a good idea to contact an experienced personal injury attorney who can help you through the process. Learn about the types of damages an attorney can help you collect in the wake of a devastating accident.

Damages You May Recover After an Accident

Essentially, there are three types of financial damages you may recover after an accident, including compensatory damages, punitive damages, and vicarious damages.

Compensatory damages can include economic special damage items as well as non-economic general damages. Typical compensatory special damages include the following:

  • Medical bills
  • Lost wages
  • Property damage
  • Pain and suffering

Victims may collect punitive damages when gross negligence was a significant factor in causing their accident. Punitive damages serve as punishment for the negligent parties in a personal injury case, and are designed to discourage the defendants from acting recklessly in the future.

Vicarious damages are another form of damages that accident victims may collect. These damages may be assigned by a jury following a trial, and they are applied to extended liability issues.

At Meade Law Group, our Tennessee personal injury attorneys will fight relentlessly to recover the compensation you need and deserve in the wake of a serious accident and injury. We have recovered millions for clients just like you.

Contact us today at (423) 464-7779 to learn how we can assist you.

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