One of the most common questions we receive at Gray & White Law is, “How much is my car accident case worth?” The answer is both simple and complex: The responsible party owes you damages for your losses, and the total value of your losses is how much you should receive in compensation. Of course, while it is easy to put a price on a totaled car or a medical procedure, it can be more difficult to put a price on a person’s pain and suffering or the reduced ability to enjoy life.

When calculating compensation, your attorney will look at both economic damages and non-economic damages. Economic damages may include medical expenses, lost wages, lost future wages, property damage, and the cost of future medical treatments. Non-economic damages may include pain and suffering, mental anguish, disfigurement, disability, loss of quality of life, and loss of consortium.

In a personal injury claim, in addition to proving fault and in addition to proving your injuries were caused by the accident, you must prove that you suffered significant losses due to your injuries. A Kentucky car accident attorney at Gray & White can help you prove these points—and fully understand the consequences of your injuries. To learn more about your case and start the process of seeking compensation, call us today to request a free, confidential meeting.

Matthew L. White
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Founder & Partner of Louisville Personal Injury Law Firm Gray & White Law