How To Calculate Alabama Personal Injury Settlement
After you’ve been injured in an accident caused by a negligent party, you are probably trying to figure out how to calculate an Alabama personal injury settlement. Calculating your settlement is not an easy task, especially when you’ve already got a lot on your plate.
First, you need to understand what you should be calculating.
Adding Up Your Financial And Nonfinancial Damages
The losses you’ve faced because of this accident could be great and varied. You could be dealing with expensive hospital bills, lost wages from work, cost of physical therapy and other financial losses related to your injuries.
You need to know that all of these losses can be added to your injury claim. To calculate these damages, you simply need to add up the financial values. Don’t forget to include future losses, too, such as future lost income and future medical care costs.
Nonfinancial damages are more difficult to calculate, as no amount of money could ever truly compensate you for this negative experience. No one can take back the accident, and no one can erase the suffering you’ve been through.
You will have to come up with an amount that you think will make you feel like you’ve received justice for what’s happened to you. An attorney can help you with this by showing you what similar cases have received in the way of a settlement. You might even be able to receive punitive damages.
Call An Alabama Injury Lawyer Today
Now you know how to calculate an Alabama personal injury settlement. It can be easier said than done, however, so having a personal injury lawyer on your team can be a big help. You can focus on recovering from your injuries while your lawyer handles your claim.
Reach out to Henry C. Dailey, Jr., P.C. to discuss your case during a free initial evaluation. Dial 205-606-6970 or fill out the online contact form at the bottom of this page.