Your Case Is Unique
There are a number of commonly claimed "heads of damage" through which a client can be compensated. The most common heads of damage that we claim on behalf of our clients are:
- non-pecuniary damages (also known as pain and suffering damages)
- past and future earning capacity loss
- cost of future care, and
- special damages (out-of-pocket expenses incurred up to the point of trial or settlement).
If there is evidence to support there has been a loss under any of these heads of damage, our system requires that an injured person must be compensated to the point where they are restored as close as possible to the position they would have been in had they not been injured.
Every case is unique, and different amounts may be claimed under the various heads of damage noted above depending on the facts of your case. Don't decide on your own what your case is worth based on what other people have told you. You may be unaware of the true value of your case. Call us and we will provide you with a free, no obligation consultation to discuss your case.