Car accident victims have so many things to worry about in the aftermath of an incident. This includes what to do about medical expenses and property damage. However, injury victims can also experience lost income as well as a loss of earning capacity due to their injuries. When this occurs, the Dallas personal injury attorneys at Johnson, Zegen, Scott & Williams, PLLC are ready to help. We will investigate your case and work to secure any compensation you are entitled to.
In the aftermath of a sustaining an injury caused by another person’s negligence, victims can face tremendous expenses. Most people think of medical bills caused by the accident, and those can certainly be costly. If a victim cannot work, they will lose income until they recover. However, an injury victim can also experience temporary or permanent disabilities that keep them from earning at the same level they are accustomed to.
For example, if a mechanic sustains a serious shoulder injury and loses mobility permanently, they may no longer be able to make a living as a mechanic. Instead, they may be forced to take a job that brings in less money. If a teacher sustains brain damage in a car accident and is no longer able to practice their craft, then they will certainly incur a major lost earning capacity. In these cases, and many more, injury victims should not have to worry about their future income.
Proving lost earning capacity can be complicated, but your Dallas personal injury attorney will work to gather the evidence necessary. This can include:
Your personal injury attorney in Dallas will work to ensure that you continue to receive the wages you would have generated had you not been injured.
If you or somebody you love has been injured in a car accident that was caused by somebody else’s negligence, seek legal assistance as soon as possible. At Johnson, Zegen, Scott & Williams, PLLC, we are dedicated to helping accident victims recover all compensation they are entitled to. This can include:
When you need a Dallas personal injury attorney, you can contact us for a free consultation of your case by clicking here or by calling us at 214-295-2900.