How Much Compensation Will I Get?

After suffering an injury and being forced to endure all the financial challenges that come along with it, you probably want to know how much money you can get in a personal injury claim. It's a fair question. It's also a very complex question, because the answer will depend on the nature of your injury and the specifics of your case. At the Roanoke office of John Tinney, we are committed to maximizing your compensation.

Compensation For Medical Bills, Lost Wages And More

You are entitled to compensation for all medical bills associated with the injury. Not only does that include the bills that have already piled up, but also the cost of any future medical treatment. Surgeries, physical therapy and prescriptions are just some of the things that should be covered by your compensation. We want to make certain that you get all the money you need and that the money does not run out before you are fully healed.

You are entitled to compensation for all wages lost because of the injury. If you are able to return to work, we will pursue a personal injury claim that will compensate you for the paychecks you missed. If you are not able to return to work because of a disabling injury, or you are forced to take a lower paying job, we will seek compensation for future wage loss.

You are entitled to compensation for pain and suffering. This is one of the more complicated aspects of compensation. Unlike medical bills and lost wages, this requires much more than simply adding up the numbers. We must review what you went through and how your injury has impacted your life. Because we have been handling these cases for 40-plus years, we know how to calculate an appropriate amount for your pain and suffering.

There may be other forms of compensation available to you as well, depending on the nature of your case. To get more information about the value of your personal injury claim, you will need to speak directly to a lawyer. At our law firm, we offer free case evaluations, so you can learn more about the compensation available to you. Call 334-219-2546 or send us an email today.