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What Damages Can You Recover After a Michigan Car Accident?

Michigan has unique laws and statutes surrounding car accidents that may be unclear to a car accident victim. If you’ve been injured, you may be wondering what damages can be recovered after an accident.

Kajy Law has helped thousands of clients get the justice and compensation they deserve after a Michigan auto accident. Read on to find out what these car accident damages and expenses include.

Past Medical Expenses

The expenses an injured person might accrue can easily stretch into the tens of thousands of dollars, even from what some would consider to be a “mild” accident. More severe car accidents can result in hundreds of thousands of dollars of medical expenses–or more.

Medical care from Michigan car accident injuries includes hospital bills, rehabilitation expenses such as chiropractic care, and physical therapy. However, these are general medical expenses that are common to many accidents. Your Michigan auto accident may have been more severe or unique in some way, requiring specialized treatment or therapies.

Past Lost Wages

You likely had to miss work after being injured in a Michigan auto accident. Medical appointments or being unable to perform your job due to injuries may have kept you from receiving hourly wages or overtime wages. You may also have lost benefits from your job as a result of not being able to work as much due to injury.

These lost wages can be recovered so long as you have evidence. Pay stubs, timesheets, or other documentation can prove how much less you worked in comparison to before the car accident, along with how much less pay you took home.

Estimated Future Medical Expenses

Depending on the nature and severity of your Michigan car accident injuries, your personal injury case may begin while you are still in need of medical care. This care may continue for months, years, or it may be an ongoing issue that requires treatment for the rest of your life.

Your medical care providers and other experts may use your past medical expenses to make recommendations on what treatment will need to be extended into the foreseeable future or beyond. These expenses can be recovered with these providers’ and experts’ help and input.

Estimated Future Lost Wages

Just like the estimated cost of ongoing medical care, your life may have been altered to such a degree after the car accident that you won’t be able to return to the same type of work or for the same amount of work.

Medical experts or occupational experts might be able to help you estimate the amount of money you would have made in the future had you not suffered your auto accident, and this amount can be recovered in your settlement.

Non-Economic Loss Damages

Not all losses can be quantified from medical bills or lost wages. These intangible losses can vary, depending on the details of your Michigan car accident case.

They may include the pain and suffering a victim had to experience or has to continue to endure because of the accident, which can also include emotional trauma and distress. Another consequence of the auto accident may be the loss of enjoyment of life, inconvenience, permanent disability, disfigurement, scarring, or other impairments.

How to Recover Damages From Your Michigan Car Accident

Damages and compensation from the injuries, suffering, and financial strain after an accident aren’t simply awarded to the victim automatically. After all, insurance companies often deny liability or minimize injuries in an effort to pay less money to their clients.

To get the full amount owed to you after a Michigan auto accident, team up with Kajy Law.

Our Michigan Auto Accident Lawyers Are Ready To Help You

We have teams of legal professionals that provide everything needed to get the entire amount you deserve from your Michigan auto accident.

Contact Our Michigan Car Accident Attorneys Today

Kajy cares about our clients. That’s why we’ve fought hard to win over $40 million in awards and settlements for Michigan car accident victims like you.

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