Lost Wage Reimbursement in a Car Accident Case

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How does lost wage reimbursement work regarding my car accident case?


Lost Wage Reimbursement in a Car Accident CaseThe other day a client asked how she was going to be compensated or reimbursed for the time she had missed from work after she was in a car accident here in Orlando. We explained to her that the first thing we do is try to get her compensated under what’s called personal injury protection no-fault insurance. Under most cases, there’s up to $10,000 of coverage available under a person’s own policy that can cover their medical bills as well as their lost wages. If the medical bills have not taken up all that money, we can submit that and help them get compensated for a portion of their lost wages under that policy.

The second way to get our clients compensated is through the at-fault party or the large corporation’s insurance company, through either a settlement prior to filing a lawsuit, a settlement after filing a lawsuit, or from a jury if it’s necessary. Lost wages, not only in the past, before a settlement or before a jury trial, but also lost wages that are going to be incurred in the future – either because the person can’t work because of their injuries or having to undergo medical treatment – are all part of the damages we seek to recover for our clients. The goal is to make them whole for anything they’ve lost or missed because of someone else’s negligence.

If you have any questions about lost wages after an accident in Orlando or any other issue, please contact us. We’d be happy to help you.

Were you recently injured in a car accident in Orlando and have questions about lost wage reimbursement in a car accident case? Contact an experienced Orlando car accident attorney at Norden Leacox today for a free consultation and case evaluation.

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