Whether it's due to winter weather or crowded storefronts, shopping can be a hazardous activity. Shopping at the mall, a big box store, or even the local grocery store can result in a variety of injuries, from minor bumps or bruises to more serious lacerations or falls. If you or someone you know has recently become injured during a shopping trip, the following information can be helpful in understanding what constitutes a viable personal injury lawsuit and how your experience might compare.
The main thing that sets two accident scenarios apart is pain and suffering. If you've been injured in a car accident, you have the choice of accepting the money the insurance company (for the at-fault driver) offers you or you can take further legal action. The difference between those two choices can be thousands of dollars and it all comes down to the issue of pain and suffering. To find out more about pain and suffering and what factors influence the amount, read on.
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