Pain and Suffering

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Do workers' compensation claims pay for pain and suffering?

One of the trade-offs in workers’ compensation is that you receive no direct payment for pain and suffering. You’ve undoubtedly heard this phrase being used in the context of people who bring lawsuits for auto accidents,...more

Former JSU Women’s Basketball Coach Receives Additional Award in Wrongful Termination Suit

In August, a judge awarded former Jackson State University (JSU) head coach, Denise Taylor, $200,000 in damages for “emotional pain and suffering” she endured during her employment. Taylor was the head women’s basketball...more

Texas Family Awarded $2.9 Million in Damages from Fracking Nuisance Claims

On April 22, 2014, a Dallas County, Texas jury awarded a family $2.9 million dollars for personal injury and property damages arising out of their suit against Aruba Petroleum, Inc. The jury’s verdict includes damage awards...more

Employment Reform Legislation Passes Tennessee Legislature

On April 16, 2014, the Tennessee General Assembly, at the urging of Baker Donelson, passed significant employment litigation reform that will benefit employers throughout Tennessee. The bill places caps on compensatory...more

Obtaining Damages for Future Pain and Suffering

Woodland Hills personal injury lawyer,Barry P. Goldberg, warns his clients that it is not automatic that a jury will award "future pain and suffering." In fact, juries today are tougher and tougher and look for reasons not to...more

What Is the Difference Between Personal Injury and Workers’ Compensation in Florida?

Accidents can happen anywhere at any time. In Florida, 227,998 vehicle crashes resulted in 2,400 deaths and 181,654 injuries in 2011. That same year, 227 workplace fatalities occurred in the state. State and federal law...more

California Appellate Courts Clarify and Limit Plaintiffs’ Recovery for Medical Expenses

Throughout the years, plaintiffs’ attorneys in personal injury actions have tried to present the entire amount of medical expenses billed in efforts to increase the plaintiffs’ recovery. Despite the irrelevance of these...more

Injured Worker Unable To Return To Workplace Awarded $1.05 Million

It is not unheard of for a workplace injury, either from an isolated incident or due to repetitive stress, to mean that a worker in Alabama is no longer able to continue with their position or any other position. Obviously,...more

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