Pain And Suffering
If you suffered harm from medical malpractice or any other personal injury, you may be able to recover compensation for the pain and suffering you are experiencing, which can include mental anguish, distress, loss of enjoyment of life and other maladies. Severe suffering can even lead to post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Our lawyers can help you file a claim.
Taylor, Tucker & Jones, LLC, seeks to recover the maximum compensation possible for its injured clients, including those who have suffered harm via medical malpractice or any other personal injury.
We make a positive recovery in over 98% of the cases we pursue.
How Does Recovering Damages Work?
It is up to the jury to determine how much can be awarded for pain and suffering. Factors influencing the value of your pain and suffering damages include:
- What kind of witness you are
- If the jury can easily understand the claims of liability
- Consistency in your testimony regarding your injuries
- Your perceived credibility
- Existence of any criminal record
Significantly, the Georgia Supreme Court has declared that state caps on pain and suffering damages in medical malpractice suits are unconstitutional. This means there is no limit to the damages you could recover, so speak with our personal injury attorneys right away to build your claim.
Fighting For Your Compensation
Taylor, Tucker & Jones, LLC, can put together a strong case for your compensation and argue fiercely for you in court. We can argue that the doctor or hospital staff’s negligence resulted in physical and mental trauma and anguish, which you deserve to be compensated for in your case.