If you have been hurt in a Montgomery or Stewart county, truck, motorcycle, bus or mass transit accident due to someone else’s negligence, you have rights. Our attorneys assist victims seeking compensation for their injuries. We help clients pursue claims through settlement and litigation. Some of the damages available in auto accident cases compensate victims for:
- Pain and suffering. Tennessee law allows you to recover for your physical suffering and mental anguish when an accident was caused by the intentional or negligent actions of another.
- Medical expenses. Your past and future medical costs, including most physical therapy costs, are typically figured into any settlement or damages award.
- Lost wages. Courts award damages to repay you for time missed at work. Additionally, you may receive compensation for the loss of your future earning capacity if your injuries have affected your ability to earn a living.
- Permanent disability. If you have suffered the loss of body parts or the loss of use of body parts, bodily functions or bodily systems, you may be entitled to damages.
- Disfigurement. Courts often award victims compensation when they are seriously scarred or disfigured.
- Property damage. We help clients recover for the damage to their vehicle and other property.
These damages are all possibilities in a personal injury lawsuit. If you have lost a loved one in an auto accident, our attorneys help your family bring a wrongful death suit to compensate you for your loss. Damages in these cases often include additional payments for funeral expenses and the pecuniary value of the decedent’s life. Our attorneys work to get you the largest award possible in all cases.
Contact Parker & Pugh for help when you’ve been injured.
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Parker & Pugh, PLLC
118 Franklin St.
Clarksville, TN 37040
Office – (931) 551-4403
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