How Much Is My Boston Motorcycle Accident Claim Worth? | Joel H. Schwartz, P.C.Joel H. Schwartz, P.C.

How Much Is My Boston Motorcycle Accident Claim Worth?

It is not uncommon for Boston bike wreck survivors to wonder how much they can expect to be awarded when they pursue a motorcycle accident claim. Although there is no set value for bike crash claims, and every single accident affects the victims differently, we can describe how your attorney will figure out how much your claim is worth. This should give you a better idea of the overall value of your claim.

What Are Economic Damages?

One of the most common losses sought in a motorcycle accident claim are the financial ones. Also referred to as economic damages, calculating the value of your property damage, lost income, healthcare costs, and damage to your earning capacity, for example, is fairly simple because these damages have monetary value. The same cannot be said for the other ways your life has been impacted by the collision.

The Value of Non-Economic Losses

Non-economic losses consist of every loss that has nothing to do with money. Your pain and suffering, emotional distress, your inconvenience, the loss of companionship and love, your lost quality of life, and more are all taken into consideration here. 

As you can imagine, quantifying these losses is not easy, but because they are just as valuable, if not more so, your non-economic losses they need to be considered accordingly.

Reach Out to a Boston Motorcycle Accident Lawyer

If you have suffered catastrophic injuries after being involved in a bike crash and you are interested in seeking compensation for all you have been through, get help from a Boston motorcycle accident lawyer at Joel H. Schwartz, PC

We provide free claim reviews to injured bikers across Boston and the state of MA. You can take advantage of this opportunity by submitting the online contact form we have provided at the bottom of this page or give our office a call at 617-742-1170.

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