Buffalo Personal Injury Attorney Discusses if Plaintiffs Can Recover for Emotional Damages

As an experienced Buffalo Personal Injury Attorney, I am often asked if you can recover for emotional damages in an accident.  In any personal injury case, a plaint is entitled to recover for all injuries that they sustained as a result of the accident. Included in those injuries are emotional injuries. Emotional injuries can come about in a number of ways. Initially we look to see if there has been any treatment for emotional injuries by an MSW, a psychologist, or a psychiatrist. However, even in the absence of that type of treatment, there is a component part of damages called loss of enjoyment of life. A loss of enjoyment of life includes the emotional part of an injury that comes about from an inability to be able to do things that you otherwise used to do before the accident happened.

Have you been involved in an accident that has caused emotional damages?  Contact experienced Buffalo Personal Injury Attorney Robert Maranto for dedicated representation. He offers free consultations and would be happy to go over the factors and circumstances of your case, and provide guidance on what your rights are in regards to recovering emotional damages. Don’t settle for less, contact us today.

This blog was provided by Robert Maranto, an experienced Buffalo Personal Injury Attorney.