Proving negligence in a car crash claim is a big factor in claims for compensation. We discussed some methods that you can use to prove this in your claim. This is only one factor that comes into the picture for a car accident injury case. We can help you to learn about what other points you need to address in your case.
One thing that you have to be prepared to determine is the monetary amount of your claim. This involves assigning amounts to various types of damages, including past and future medical costs, lost wages, pain and suffering and loss of enjoyment of life. Other damage types might be suitable for your case, so we will discuss your entire case with you so we can determine which damage types might apply.
As an example of how important it is to think about past and future medical care costs, think about how expensive care costs are for a person with a spinal cord injury. Care costs and living expenses for a person who becomes paraplegic because of a spinal cord injury are around $518,904 for the first year. That figure decreases to around $68,739 each year after. That doesn't include the money you didn't get earn or other similar damages.
That annual expense shows how important it is to accurately estimate what damages you need to claim. Can you imagine having to cover tens of thousands of dollars in expenses each year without being able to work. Now you can see why we have to take the time to determine the damages you need to claim.