Damages that a personal injury victim and the victim’s family are entitled to recover may include: hospital and medical expenses; past and future lost earnings; past and future permanent physical disability, such as a limp, scars, loss of a limb, chronic pain syndrome; emotional distress, such as depression and anxiety; grief and emotional suffering caused by the death of a loved one; loss of love and companionship caused by the serious injury or death of a loved one; damage or destruction of property; physical pain and suffering; and loss of enjoyment of life.
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Frequently Asked Questions About Severe Injury Cases
To protect your legal rights following a serious personal injury or death due to an accident, it is wise to consult a personal injury law firm with experience in these matters as soon as possible. Within the first week, important physical evidence can be lost, and witnesses may become hard to find.
Having worked for years for an insurance company and for an accident defense firm, Philadelphia personal injury lawyer Edith Pearce uses her expert knowledge from inside the industry to help you recover expenses, replace income and make sure that your losses, your pain and suffering, your property damage and your injuries are adequately compensated. Edith Pearce, an experienced Philadelphia personal injury lawyer, and her team will thoroughly investigate the accident and work diligently to either arrive at a settlement or proceed to trial to obtain full and fair compensation. Our law firm uses a combination of aggressive discovery, site visits, witness interviews, close examination of medical records, private investigators and the assistance of medical and engineering experts to provide our personal injury victim clients with state-of-the-art legal representation.
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If you or someone you know has been injured in an accident in Philadelphia or anywhere in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, please call us today for a FREE PERSONAL INJURY CONSULTATION, or send us an instant e-mail. Remember – acting quickly is important as it allows us to fully investigate your personal injury claim and see conditions as they were at the time of your accident.