How can you prove your pain and suffering?
Pain and suffering refer to the severity of your injuries, the pain of your injuries, and the expected duration of that pain. There is no formula to calculate pain and suffering. What is important is that you get the medical treatment that you need for your injuries. There is a presumption that the more severe the injury, the more treatment is needed to rehabilitate the injury. Agruss Law firm is here to help you if you’ve been injured in a car accident. We will help you with the insurance adjusters, your medical bills, your property damage claim, your lost wages, your treatment, and any other concerns you have.
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