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What constitutes pain and suffering in a Florida auto accident case?

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What constitutes pain and suffering on a Florida car accident case? Depends on the case by case basis. Pain and suffering means, “What are your injuries and how do they affect you?” Over the years I’ve had clients say to me, “I thought pain and suffering was like a joke term,” and then they realize how these injuries affect them on a daily basis. Getting out of bed, doing their job, doing things around the house. It’s extremely important to document what your pain and suffering is, how your injuries affect you. Offer my significant experience handling personal injury cases throughout south Florida, including documenting how your injuries affect you. There’s no fee involved for a consultation. If you’ve been in a car accident, you should give our firm a call, let us evaluate your case, so we can try to get the best possible result for you.

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