What is a fair settlement for a car accident?
An injured claimant is entitled to recover money for economic damages such as current and future medical expenses and lost wages.
Claimants are also entitled to recover money for non-economic damages incurred, defined as subjective, non-monetary losses, including but not limited to, pain, suffering, disability, disfigurement and loss of enjoyment of life experienced and with reasonable probability to be experienced in the future. See WPI 30.05; RCW 4.56.250.
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