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Inhibited Earning Capacity Compensation

Personal injury lawsuits are typically filed in order to receive compensation for the financial and emotional toll of injuries caused by negligence. Besides looking strictly at medical bills and aftereffects of the injury, however, another factor that will be considered in a compensation request is the effect the injury has on the earning capacity of the injured individual.

An injury can have both an instant effect on your health as well as a long-term effect on your financial stability. If you have been injured due to the irresponsibility of another party, contact the Lake Geneva personal injury attorneys of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. at 800-242-2874 to speak with an attorney about seeking compensation for your pain and suffering.

Causes of Inhibited Earning Capacity

After an accident, there are two main issues that can affect your ability to return to work and provide for yourself and your loved ones:

  • Physical injuries