Q: Does the law say I can’t be compensated my full proven wages damages due to the extend of my injury?
I was involved in a motor accident. treatment for 5 mths. Doctor after 3 mths placed me on 4 hr work restriction and finally limited me to a continuous and permanent 4 hr work restriction. So I can no longer make the money I used to make unless I try to get another less manual work. The insurance co. has only paid me 1 mth of loss wages because they say my injury wasn’t extensive. What about 5 mths. of loss wages while I was in treatment and future loss of income due to 4 hr work restriction. Is that fair? Does the law say I can’t be compensated my full damages due to the extend of my injury?
A Pennsylvania attorney could advise best, but your post remains open for two weeks. You ask if this outcome is fair, and whether the law requires you be compensated full damages due to your injuries.
Unfortunately, that's not the way this works. It sounds like your file should be reviewed by an attorney. The independent medical exams and their determinations of disability levels need to be looked at closely. If an experienced Pennsylvania attorney reviewed your file, they could probably advise more appropriately than is possible in the brief format of this forum. What you describe is a complex situation.
Attorneys who handle accident cases often give free initial consults.
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