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How To Document Pain and Suffering

A lot of people experience pain and suffering due to their injuries. However, it can be very difficult to document pain and suffering. This is due to the fact that pain and suffering are felt only by the injured person. Below are some tips on how to document pain and suffering.

1. Notify your doctor about any pain and suffering you are experiencing. That way, it can be included in your medical records.

2.If the pain you are experiencing is overwhelming, ask the doctor for pain medication.

3. Consider scheduling a doctor’s appointment to discuss your pain and suffering.

4. Keep a journal of how your injury is impacting your daily life.

5. Take photographs of your injuries over a span of time.

Do you want to collect damages for pain and suffering? Turn to Levine & Wiss. We can help protect your rights and to help you secure the kind of compensation that your injury truly warrants. Call toll free at 1.888.GOT.HURT (468-4878) to schedule a free initial consultation. Best of all, our representation is offered on a contingent fee basis. We only collect attorneys fees if we secure compensation for you.

Web Source: http://www.alllaw.com/articles/nolo/personal-injury/pain-and-suffering-compensation.html