In Auto Accidents, Buffalo Personal Injury Blog, Richard Nicotra

As an experienced Buffalo Injury Lawyer, a common question I receive from new and existing clients is regarding what they can claim as far as damage goes. There are several different parts that go into most cases for injury components. The most common that they’re aware of is the pain and suffering component. There are also things that come into play that are non-pain and suffering. These are called economic loss, lost wages, co-pays, unpaid medical bills, maybe a loss of benefits from work, loss of retirement accumulation if you’re out of work for a while.

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There are a lot of things that we seek recovery for, maybe a loss of health insurance benefits that you would have had but for the happening of the car accident. When we take a look at the damages portion or the losses involved in a car accident, we try and claim everything that we can to make our claim whole in the end, whether it be economic or non-economic losses. If you or a loved one has questions about what can be claimed in an auto accident, contact our office for a free confidential consultation. Experienced Buffalo Injury Lawyer Richard Nicotra has handled countless auto accident cases and will fight to ensure you receive the compensation you deserve.

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