Who Will Pay for My Lost Wages?
Many people want to know a very important thing after they’re injured, which is who will pay for the lost wages. Obviously if someone is hurt and cannot work, that’s a crucial item which is part of the next step forward. They may not be as interested in a case as they are at making sure that their weekly check comes in. Depending on a type of case, there are sources that continue one’s earnings. For example, in an automobile case, there is something called no fault insurance, which means as it says, regardless of fault, you still have the right to get your lost wages and medical bills, for example, paid by the car you were in, or if you’re a pedestrian or bicyclist, by the car that struck you.
In a worker’s compensation type case, where you were injured on the job, worker’s compensation will pay. That is typically an insurance policy that your employer has for that very event.
The law office of Weinstein, Chase, Messinger and Peters is composed of dedicated attorneys, who have years of experience with personal injury cases. To set up a free initial consultation, contact the law office, located in Brooklyn, New York.