Do I have to have been injured or had medical treatment to seek compensation?

Bodily injury from an accident includes medically-treated injuries as well as emotional distress. A personal injury claim may compensate you for past and future economic losses – including medical bills and lost wages – and noneconomic losses, such as pain and suffering. Pain and suffering, including emotional pain, is recognized by the law as very real and worthy of compensation. An experienced auto accident attorney, after reviewing your claim, will be able to tell you what factors in your specific set of facts will drive the value of your claim.

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