Calculating Damages Articles

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Out-of-Pocket Expenses

If you have been injured in a car accident, you will likely find yourself paying for all manner of accident-related expenses before you have received any compensation from the at-fault insurance company. It is essential that if you are incurring expenses as a result of the accident that you seek fair and reasonable compensation.

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Punitive Damages

The issue of punitive damages arises in certain motor vehicle accidents. This unique set of damages is available only in extraordinary circumstances and when a particular sets of facts allow. The law on punitive damages has been codified in North Carolina statute Chapter 1D.

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Compensation for Mileage After an Accident

Motor vehicle accident victims often spend a significant amount of time and money traveling to and from medical appointments. This article discusses when and how an accident victim may be able to claim reimbursement for travel-related expenses for treatment related to an accident.

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Rule 414: Compensation for Medical Expenses

When you are presenting a personal injury claim to the insurance company, one of your first concerns might be how to calculate medical damages. Years ago, you would simply add up all medical expenses incurred as a result of the accident and present them for reimbursement. Since October 1, 2011 in North Carolina, the rules of the game have changed.

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Documenting Your Pain and Suffering After an Accident

If you are involved in an motor vehicle accident, you should adhere to certain guidelines to make certain to keep record of your pain and suffering so that all of the required information regarding your automobile accident is available to support your claim of damages. Cautious documentation of parties, witnesses, injuries, insurance contact, and expenses is imperative to your successful accidental injury claim.

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