Boynton Beach Pain & Suffering / Emotional Distress Attorney
After an accident, your injuries can cause you pains and aches. You will require medical treatment to treat your injuries. However, most victims never expect emotional distress and other forms of pain and suffering that can follow after they have physically recovered.
Physical injuries and damages can be readily quantified, but non-economic damages such as pain and suffering can be difficult to calculate. At Jesse Davidson, PA., we can work with you to ensure that you receive proper compensation for your pain, suffering, and emotional distress from an accident. We have a strong track record of success in seeking damages for our clients. As your Boynton Beach Personal Injury Attorney, we understand the specialized laws in South Florida that pertain to this complex matter.
What is Physical Pain & Suffering?
Physical pain and suffering damages can compensate you for the pain caused by your injuries. This can include the pain caused to date and after the completion of the suit. Some of the examples of pain and suffering damages that can receive compensation include:
- Pain from injury
- Chronic and long-term pain or aches
- Pain caused by medical treatment
- Adverse impact on the quality of life
- Pain that impacts your ability to perform regular tasks
What is Emotional Distress?
Once you have received the initial medical treatment, you may realize that your injuries have a long-term impact on your life. You may also have lost your vehicle. You will suddenly realize that your life has changed. You are no longer able to drive because it makes you feel anxious. You feel irritable and are unable to sleep. These can be signs of emotional distress and can have a crippling effect on your life. We can help you in seeking compensation for this form of damage that can have a long-term and serious impact on your life.