Can I sue for prospective expenses after developing a long-term disability?
A person who develops a long-term disability as a result of someone else’s carelessness may be eligible to file for compensation that may establish an estimate for their long-term financial needs. This estimated compensation, which may be calculated by a financial planner who specializes in extended, long-term needs, may be crucial for an injured individual’s financial demands over the remainder of their life. As such, they may certainly ask for a projected figure to cover prospective expenses.
If you or someone you love has developed a long-term or permanent disability because of someone else’s careless actions in Lancaster, an attorney from the Law Office of Bill Pelhan may be able to help you fight for fair compensation. To discuss your options when filing a personal injury claim, call us today at 717-392-6362.