When hurt in a car accident that was not your fault,the question often arises can you sue for pain and suffering
Posted December 12,2019 in Cars and Vehicles.
That is simply not correct.Our present insurance regime is complicated and restricts a person’s ability to sue for pain and suffering, but does not abolish it. In order to sue you must suffer a permanent serious impairment of an important physical, mental or psychological function, or suffer permanent disfigurement. This is called the threshold. Injuries are reviewed on a case by case basis.Factors considered include how the injuries impact your life,your activities of daily living and your ability to continue with employment or schooling.