Mundelein
Mundelein
Law Offices of KIRK A. MOYER P.C.

Mundelein Personal Injury, Auto Accident, & Worker’s Compensation Lawyer

An otherwise peaceful and uneventful day in Mundelein can suddenly and tragically turn into a day you will never forget. A car, truck, or motorcycle accidents, a workplace injuries, a slip and fall, or other incident caused by another person’s negligence or recklessness can lead to life-changing injuries or the loss of a loved one When that happens, Mundelein personal Injury lawyer Kirk Moyer is ready to help individuals and families trying to make their way through one of the most challenging times they will ever face.

With over two decades of experience and tens of millions of dollars recovered for injury victims in Mundelein and throughout Lake County, Kirk fights tirelessly to get the maximum amount of compensation for every client he has the privilege to work with.

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Injury Spotlight: What Are Pain and Suffering Damages and How Are They Calculated?

Illinois law recognizes that pain and suffering is a very real consequence of a severe injury, and even though such “non-economic” damages don’t lend themselves to easy calculation, you can receive compensation for the pain and suffering caused by someone else’s negligence.

Within the two words “pain” and “suffering” is a whole range of physical, emotional, and psychological impacts of an accident or injury. Such elements can include:

  • Physical pain
  • Stress, anxiety, or depression
  • Embarrassment from scarring or disfigurement
  • Limitations and restrictions on the injury victim’s day-to-day life
  • Effect on a victim’s ability to sleep
  • Impact on a victim’s relationships with loved ones
  • Shortened life expectancy

These “non-economic” damages don’t come with an equation or formula for putting a dollar figure on each aspect of an injury victim’s intangible but genuine losses. But like all other elements of a personal injury claim, evidence must be presented as to pain and suffering to recover any damages for such losses.

Examples of the types of evidence that a plaintiff can use to demonstrate pain and suffering and justify an award of damages include:

  • Expert medical testimony
  • Photographs contrasting the injury victim before and after the accident
  • Personal journals or diaries describing the injury victim’s physical and emotional condition
  • Letters or statements from friends and family discussing how the injury has impacted the victim’s life and their relationships with others
  • Proof of mental health issues and treatment

We all know that pain is real and suffering isn’t a figment of our imaginations. But when you are in a court of law and are asking a jury to award you compensation for the pain and suffering a defendant has caused you, it is imperative that you have an experienced personal injury attorney on your side who knows how make your unseen injuries crystal clear.

Call Mundelein Personal Injury Attorney Kirk Moyer Today For Your Free Consultation

Mundelein personal injury lawyer Kirk Moyer’s experience, skill, and dedication have earned him the trust of clients throughout Lake County and resulted in the recovery of millions of dollars in compensation for his clients

If you have been injured or lost a loved one due to someone else’s negligence or reckless conduct, please give Kirk a call at (847) 244-3444 to arrange for your FREE initial consultation.