Loss of Income After Personal Injury - 5 Frequently Asked Questions

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Personal Injury

After a personal injury, your focus should be on recovery. However, the potential loss of your ability to work and earn income can provide an added level of stress or anxiety. Further, the full impact and severity of your injury may not be initially recognized or felt until a later time such as during surgery or recovery. 

In this post, we want to cover 5 frequently asked questions we receive at Levy & Associates about how personal injury can impact income.

How do I assess the full impact a personal injury has on my income?

If you are not able to work due to personal injury, your loss of income may go beyond your salary. Bonuses, commissions, overtime, vacations, and other benefits of work can be included in your personal injury claim. It is important to provide documentation of your losses whether you are employed or self-employed.

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