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What You Need to Know if a VA Car Accident Keeps You Out of Work

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Whether you are one of those lucky people who wakes up every morning eager to go to work, or you are simply working because you have to, it can be extremely challenging to be out of work because you are physically unable to do your job. It can be even more challenging if you are unable to make the income that pays your bills and allows you to live your life.

What Lost Income Really Means

Lost income may be one of the things that you are able to recover in a Virginia car accident lawsuit. Actually, lost income may be one of the most important things that you are able to recover if you file a Virginia car accident case because it may include:

  • Compensation for the paychecks, salary withdrawals, or other compensation that you have not received since the time of the accident.
  • Compensation for the paychecks, salary withdrawals, or other compensation that you are expected not to receive in the future because of your accident injuries.
  • The difference between the income that you made prior to the accident and the income that have been able to make and that you expect to make in the future.
  • Other financial benefits, such as insurance, etc., that you have been unable to receive because you have not been well enough to do your job.

An experienced Warrenton auto accident lawyer can help you understand what lost income may mean for you.

Call a Warrenton Car Accident Attorney Today for More Information

For more information about protecting your legal rights and your possible recovery for lost income and other damages, please call an experienced Warrenton car accident lawyer today at (540) 341-0007 or (888) 907-2631.

Richard A. Dulaney
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Richard has over 30 years of experience in personal injury law.
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