Are You Eligible to File a Claim for Injuries Related to Camp Lejeune?
Can I recover damages for property damage as well as personal injury?
If you’ve been involved in an accident that resulted in both personal injury and property damage, you may be wondering if you can recover damages for both. The answer is yes – you can recover damages for property damage as well as personal injury.
When you file a personal injury claim, you can seek compensation for the following types of damages:
- Economic damages: These are tangible expenses that can be quantified in terms of money. Examples include medical bills, lost wages, and property damage.
- Non-economic damages: These are intangible damages that cannot be quantified in terms of money. Examples include pain and suffering, emotional distress, and loss of enjoyment of life.
When it comes to property damage, you can seek compensation for the repair or replacement of your damaged property. This includes your car, as well as any other property that was damaged in the accident.
To seek compensation for property damage and personal injury, you will need to file separate claims. However, an experienced personal injury attorney can help you navigate this process and ensure that you receive the compensation you deserve.
It’s important to note that the amount of damages you can recover will depend on the specifics of your case. Factors that will be taken into consideration when calculating damages include:
- The severity of your injuries
- The extent of the property damage
- The impact on your daily life
- Any ongoing medical expenses or lost wages
- The level of negligence on the part of the other party
If you have been involved in an accident that resulted in both personal injury and property damage, it’s essential that you seek legal help from an experienced personal injury attorney. The Ruth Law Team has years of experience handling personal injury cases and can provide you with the legal support and guidance you need. Contact us today at (888) 783-8378 to schedule a free consultation.
Please note that the answers to each question may vary depending on the specific facts of your case, and it is always best to consult with an attorney to get more accurate information. Also, this is general information and not legal advice.