When it comes to a bicycle accident, you are entitled to damages should another party be liable for the accident itself. In such a case, you are able to recover “economic” damages and “non-economic” damages.
Economic damages include any damage to your property, including your bicycle, which may have been damaged or destroyed due to the incident. This also includes any clothing you happened to be wearing, the medical expenses that stem from the accident, and the lost wages and income due to missing work hours from your injury.
Common types of clothing would be shoes, jewelry that was broken in the crash and more. Those who file tend to be successful and can recover, in some cases. Of course, not all cases will see millions in damages. Many will have their medical bills covered and then some.
It doesn’t hurt to ask for advice from a professional San Diego Bicycle Accident Attorney so feel free to give us a call today.
Non-economic damages are not easily calculated by legal standards, which makes them difficult to recover in full following a significant bicycle accident. Basically, these damages include pain and suffering, impairment experienced due to the injury, and your personal mental anguish that occurred as a direct result of the bicycle injury. When it comes to fighting for such damages, it all depends on the court where your case will be heard and whether you can prove such experiences directly resulting from the accident itself. It may be tough, but a professional attorney can help you battle for such damages awards.
When fighting for any form of damages from a significant bicycle, your best option is to bring in a professional personal injury attorney to handle the case. Attorney Chris Mova will fight on your behalf for damages – either through a court case or a settlement outside of court. In either case, it is best to have someone who understands the law in all its complexity to stand by your side and guide you through the entire process.