What damages can I seek in my case?

Understanding Your Case
Share This

When you are harmed by the negligence (wrongdoing) of another, Florida law allows you to recover damages (restitution) from the party that caused you harm. Damages are classified into economic and non-economic. Economic damages are direct financial losses, including past and future medical expenses, past lost wages, future diminished earning capacity, and out-of-pocket expenses. Non-economic damages include physical pain and suffering, mental pain and anguish, scarring and disfigurement, inconvenience, and diminished enjoyment of life. Your spouse may also be entitled to bring a claim for loss of consortium.

Other Frequently Asked Questions

Hiring an Attorney

Why should I choose Romano Law Group?

Understanding Your Case

The person that caused my injury is claiming it is my fault; what do I do?

Understanding Your Case

Who will work on my case?

Understanding Your Case

What is my case worth?

Understanding Your Case

Will my case settle or go to trial?

Understanding Your Case

Do I have to pay back my insurance company?