Yes, you absolutely can! However, it can sometimes be tricky to prove.
Loss of enjoyment of life falls under the non-economic damages of your case, which also may include pain, emotional anguish, humiliation, reputational damage, loss of enjoyment of activities, or worsening of prior injuries – often generally referred to as pain and suffering. Loss of enjoyment of life refers to loss of an ability to enjoy living or ability to perform daily activities. This claim relies on the facts surrounding the injury, the plaintiff’s life prior to receiving the injury, and how the injury has limited or removed the ability for the plaintiff to be able to participate in typical daily life. A good attorney should humanize your claim and explain how an injury has truly impacted your life and build a separate claim around the non-economic damages including loss of enjoyment of life.
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If you have been seriously injured in an auto accident, trucking accident or work injury and have suffered loss of enjoyment of life as a result, call the Greenville, South Carolina attorneys at Hammack Law Firm. We have experience adding value to cases, because we know how to build a claim for loss of enjoyment of life. We understand that you didn’t choose your injury, and if you could go back you would rather have no injury at all, instead of fighting for reasonable compensation. We are here to help you get your life back. Call us today at 864-514-8192 to get the help you need.
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