Q: CACI No. 1620. Negligence - Recovery of Damages for Emotional Distress - No Physical Injury - Direct Victim - Essential?
What kind of attorneys handle these type of claims? And how much do these claims typically go for? I have a medical bill for $10,000
If you are seeking to file a claim for damages for emotional distress resulting from negligence but without physical injury, you may want to consult with an attorney who specializes in personal injury law. Personal injury attorneys can advise you on your legal options and the potential value of your claim.
The value of a claim for emotional distress can vary widely depending on the specific circumstances of the case, including the severity of the emotional distress, the extent of any related physical symptoms, and the impact on the victim's life and livelihood. In some cases, damages for emotional distress may be awarded as part of a larger settlement or judgment for other damages, such as medical bills or lost wages.
It is important to consult with an experienced attorney who can assess the specific facts of your case and provide guidance on the best course of action to take. They can also help you understand the potential value of your claim and negotiate with insurance companies or pursue legal action to seek fair compensation.
In conclusion, if you are seeking to file a claim for damages for emotional distress resulting from negligence but without physical injury, you may want to consult with an attorney who specializes in personal injury law. The value of your claim can vary widely depending on the specific circumstances of the case, and an experienced attorney can help assess the potential value and negotiate for fair compensation.
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