how much is pain and suffering.
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Insurance Question from Byrnes Mill, MO
Asked on 10/03/2011
how much is pain and suffering. we got hit last year and they dined my claim and now they are going to pay be cause he hit a cop car and the judge is making them pay they said they will pay for my truck med bills and pain and suffering they said pain and suffering is med bill + 500 is that right or should they pay more
Answer given on October 06, 2011
Without knowing the particulars of this accident, (how much damage there was to your car, the total amount of your medical bills, if there was lost time from work, any Rx, etc) I am unable to say if this is a fair settlement. Read our article Negotiating Your Car Accident Settlement to see if this helps you. If you are still unsure that this is a fair settlement, consider discussing with an attorney that can guide you in your settlement efforts. Click here to get a free consultation from an attorney in your area.
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