Personal injury damages
a) include the future value of lost income, pain and suffering, and punitive damages.
b) may exceed out of pocket losses
c) include lost income gross of taxes and related expenses such as commuting or union dues
d) require a temporary or permanent partial work disability
What Is Personal Injury:
Personal Injury is a term used in the United Stated justice system that is considered to be an injury that is not to property. A Personal Injury can include physical injury (e.g. a broken bone) and also emotional/psychological injuries (e.g. depression).
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