Date:March 5, 2018
Are you seeking damages after a car crash? If so, the NH injury lawyers at Manning & Zimmerman Law will be able to help you calculate the total amount of compensation to which you are entitled. You will need to recover any lost earnings as part of the compensation you seek.
Missed attendance at work due to your crash usually results in lost income and/or benefits. This can include lost wages; using any paid-time-off, such as sick or vacation time; or the need to work extra hours in the future in order to make up the time you missed. As your NH injury lawyers, we will need to confirm these losses through documentation from your boss or the human-resources department. We will request the following information:
The issue of time off work becomes even more complex if you suffer a permanent partial disability as a result of the crash. In addition, you might be placed on restricted duty with less pay after the crash. Our personal injury attorneys can help you determine lost income in this event. The U.S. government has data that addresses decreased earning capabilities for anyone who suffers a partial or permanent disability.
A person working on straight commission or is self-employed might have some difficulty proving their amount of lost wages. You might be able to compare income tax records to show the difference in earnings before and after the crash. However, if you experience an increase in earnings, you will likely need to call on an industry economic expert in order to verify the related losses. You can also include the cost of hiring any substitute workers when calculating damages.
Determining lost earnings is an important part of resolving your lawsuit. At the Law Office of Manning & Zimmerman PLLC, we will help you calculate this figure, and any other monies you may be due, in order to arrive at a fair and just amount of compensation following a car crash.
Have you or a loved one been injured due to another person’s careless acts? If so, it is essential that you have competent legal representation from the onset of your case through litigation. Big insurance companies have lawyers looking out for their interests and you should too!
For a free consultation, contact the NH injury lawyers at the Law Office of Manning & Zimmerman PLLC. We may be reached at (603) 671-3156 or by email at info@MZLawNH.com. We may also be contacted by using the “contact us” or chat feature on our website.
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