Compensatory Damages for Personal Injury

Major accidents can happen without warning. A reckless driver collides with another car, a trusted doctor prescribes the wrong medication to a patient, or a dilapidated balcony suddenly collapses. If you have been hurt by another party’s poor choices, you may be facing any number of losses that are not your fault. Costly medical treatments, missed work, and lasting physical impairment can all create additional complications for people who are already hurt.

Fortunately, the law provides a way for victims of negligence to be compensated for such expenses. In a personal injury trial, the various amounts of compensation awarded for different losses are called damages. To learn about the damages you may qualify for, call Phoenix personal injury lawyers Haralson, Miller, Pitt, Feldman & McAnally, P.L.C. at 800-763-0964.

Setting Things Right

Personal injury law is based on the belief that a negligent party should try to restore an injured person to his or her previous lifestyle. Of course, this ideal is not fully attainable; there is no way to reverse the events of a painful or traumatic accident. However, parties who have harmed someone can at least repay that person for expenses such as:

  • The costs of medical treatments related to the injury
  • Property repair bills
  • Lost income due to missed work or reduced earning ability
  • Physical and mental suffering
  • Costs related to impairment or disfigurement

Unfortunately, even if you truly deserve compensation, it is not always easy to receive. It takes an experienced and passionate Phoenix personal injury attorney to successfully argue on an injured person’s behalf.

Contact Us

Phoenix personal injury lawyers Haralson, Miller, Pitt, Feldman & McAnally, P.L.C. have been helping victims of negligence for over 50 years. Contact us today at 800-763-0964.

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