Have you or someone you love recently been involved in an accident, or an incident that caused injury? It can be quite stressful to deal with the aftermath of a serious personal injury. One of the questions that Dashner Law Firm often receives on a regular basis from our clients is “Can I sue for pain and suffering?” The answer, in a nutshell, involves many different aspects that will rely heavily on the exact details of your case.
Factors and Future Expectations
There are many different factors that play into whether you will be able to sue for pain and suffering damages. In general, the more extreme the nature of the injury, the more likely it is that your case will hold up favorably in court. You need to have proof that the conditions you sustained were a result of the personal injury, and that the defendant deliberately or negligently caused this injury. Your case will rely on critical information, such as:
• Statements from any witnesses or participants in the incident
• Police, EMS, and hospital reports
• Discussions with insurance companies
• Many, many other documents and details
Don’t Delay: Call Now
It is understandable that as you deal with this personal injury, you and your family may be feeling overwhelmed and upset right now. However, the longer you wait to obtain competent representation from an Arlington personal injury attorney, the harder it may become to prove your case and get what you deserve.
Gathering data about an incident is easier and more accessible when obtained as soon as possible after it occurs. Over time, records can go lost or get destroyed, and witness memories can get fuzzy or become forgotten altogether.
If you or a loved one needs a personal injury attorney and wants to sue for pain and suffering, please call Dashner Law Firm at 972-793-8989.