The purpose of compensation in a personal injury case is to make the person "whole" again. There are several types of compensatory damages a person may claim when they are injured.
This is compensation for pay that you have already lost and may lose in the future because of an accident.
Pain and suffering:
You may be entitled to compensation for pain and serious discomfort you have suffered and will suffer in the future.
Emotional distress damages are meant to compensate a personal injury plaintiff for the psychological impact of an injury—including fear, anxiety, and sleep loss.
Loss of enjoyment:
When injuries caused by an accident keep you from enjoying day-to-day pursuits like hobbies, exercise, and other recreational activities, you may be entitled to receive "loss of enjoyment" damages.
Loss of consortium:
In personal injury cases, "loss of consortium" damages typically relate to the impact the injuries have on the plaintiff's relationship with their spouse.
You may be entitled to compensation for unpaid medical bills you have incurred or for medical care you may need in the future.
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