How Much Compensation Should I Expect After a Slip-and-Fall?

Levitsky Law

How much monetary compensation you will receive after a slip-and-fall will depend on how badly you were injured. It also depends on whether or not another person can be determined to be the cause of your fall. The best way to answer this question is to contact a personal injury lawyer in Brooklyn with experience with this type of accident. 

Before you can speak of monetary compensation, you must demonstrate to the court that the other party was negligent in the accident. Your personal injury attorneys Brooklyn will have experience doing that, and they will take the following into consideration: 

  • The Cost of Your Medical Bills. You can practically be assured that you will receive the amount required to pay your medical bills. If there are any anticipated costs in the future, you may receive those as well.
  • The Pain and Suffering You Experienced. It’s not easy to calculate a fair amount for pain and suffering, but the legal profession starts with the amount needed for your medical care.
  • Missed Work and the Diminished Capacity to Work. You may receive the amount of money you would have been paid if you had been able to go to work. If the accident caused you to be unable to return to your previous employment, you may receive an amount for diminished capacity to work.
  • Present and Future Costs Related to the Accident. The costs that you would need to pay that are related to your accident may also be included. One example is the costs of having to be driven to physical therapy appointments.

To receive the most appropriate amount for your slip-and-fall case, you need to hire a personal injury lawyer Brooklyn from the Levitsky Law Firm. Our knowledgeable attorneys will meet with you to interview you about the facts of your case so that they can come to an accurate monetary figure for the amount that you deserve. Contact us today.