A personal injury lawsuit is a legal cause of action that is filed in court and seeks to hold a person or entity liable for an injury. When this lawsuit is successful, one who has suffered damages will be compensated by the responsible party or that entity’s insurance.
What compensation does the law provide in personal injury cases?
Plaintiffs can receive payment for the following in personal injury lawsuits:
- Pain and Suffering
- Lost Wages
- Uncovered Medical Bills
- Property Damage
- Loss of Consortium