A Personal Injury Attorney may Recover Damages for Pain and Suffering on your Behalf

If your personal injury case went to trial, one of the elements of damage that a jury would be asked to value is physical pain and suffering.  A detailed and vivid presentation of evidence regarding the physical pain and suffering experienced by an injured person, supported by medical records, can motivate juries to award substantial damages.  The law recognizes that this element of damages is susceptible only to approximate economic valuation.  There is no set formula for determining the cash damage award from the jury on physical pain and suffering.  It is important for the personal injury lawyer to obtain all facts from the personal injury victim regarding the extent, duration and severity of physical pain and suffering experienced.
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